The Football Association of Malawi (FAM) has unveiled RAB Processors as a new partner for the Flames at a ceremony held at its headquarters Mpira village in Blantyre on Tuesday.
At the ceremony, RAB Processors unveiled it’s product, Vital Water as the official water of the National teams after signing a 3 years partnership with FAM. Speaking at the ceremony RAB’s Chief Executive Officer Ahmed Sunka said they want to develop football development hence the partnership.
“RAB Processors want to help the development of football in the country hence the partnership with the country’s FA to provide K7 Million worthy of Water every year to the Malawi National football teams for 3 years”, said Sunka.
FAM president Walter Nyamilandu was happy with the development and edged other companies to emulate what RAB Processors has done. “RAB Processors has shown that they are a true supporter of Malawi football following the Flames Vital Water partnership which comes barely 3 weeks after RAB signed a deal to sponsor the Southern Region Football League”, Nyamilandu said.
The partnership should be a morale boost to the Flames senior team and the Under 23 football team who have assignments against Morocco and Zambia respectively later this month.
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