Andrew Kamanga has retained his Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) President position after beating his challenger Emmanuel Munaile at the Elective Annual General Meeting held on Saturday.
Kamanga received 57 votes while Munaile managed 29.
Justin Mumba was voted in as the vice president collecting 55 votes while his closest rival Gideon Mwenya only managed 31, while Lunga Mandona failed to collect any vote.
Kamanga says he will focus on healing the divided football fraternity in the country.
“Healing is a priority, looking at where we are coming from in the last four years. We want to ensure that we unite everybody and speak with one voice,” he said.
Meanwhile, Green Buffaloes Women’s football club President, Col Priscilla Katoba emerged as the winner of the National Women’s representative collecting a resounding 67 votes with her closest challenger the incumbent Brenda Kunda managing only 7 points.
KYSA boss Mwansa Hildah Mutangama collected 6 votes, Nelly Miamba had 4 votes while Kunda Bowa could only manage 2 votes.
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By Ofhani Munyai