Botomani who did not contest for SULOM president at the body’s AGM last weekend said his retiring from SULOM has nothing to do with him going to FAM.
“People are speculating that I have retired to contest for FAM presidency but the thing is I have served SULOM for 8 years and I feel I have done my part and opted to leave the floor at the right time when things are going on well and I have laid a good foundation for my friends and they have where to start from “, Botomani said.
FAM is expected to hold it’s elections this year and with Botomani not at SULOM people are seeing him as a possible candidate for the top position at FAM with the incumbent president Walter Nyamilandu who has been president for 15 years since 2004 announced not to contest for the position.
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My name is Blessings Mpando from Lilongwe district born in December 1994. I am a Christian and a member of CCAP. I grew up in Lilongwe and completed my secondary education in 2010 before going on to complete my diploma in journalism at the Polytechnic Continuing Centre.