Football Association of Malawi (FAM) Players Status Committee has slapped Hassan Kajoke, his manager Ken Mvula and Silver Strikers.
The Bankers went to FAM to ask for Kajoke to be banned for robbing them and signing back to FCB Nyasa Big Bullets. The committee partially awarded the team its request to have the money paid back but no ban.
The ruling, issued on Thursday night ordered Kajoke to pay back the sum of K3,9 million to Silver Strikers within five days of the determination.
Kajoke faces Silver, Bullets & FAM today
If Kajoke fails to pay, he will be suspended from participating in any football matches locally and internationally until he makes full payment.
Kajoke has also been ordered to pay to FAM within five days, the sum of K200,000 as punishment for his conduct failure of which attracts suspension.
His manager Ken Mvula was ordered to pay a fine of K500,000 to FAM within five days. Failure of which he shall be banned from acting as player manager or otherwise participating in football related activities in Malawi.
Additionally, the amount shall attract interest at prevailing commercial bank’s lending rate per annum if it is unpaid after the prescribed timeframe of five days.
Silver Strikers was directed to inform Kajoke directly and immediately the details of the account number to which the remittance of the funds is to be made and to notify the Player Status Committee of any payment received or non-payment.
Despite being the complainant, Silver Strikers were found guilty of misconduct in terms of Article 24(e) of the FAM RSTP and are therefore ordered to pay a fine of K900,000 to FAM within 5 days.
The committee said failure to pay will result in Silver Strikers being banned from registering new players for 2 consecutive registration periods (transfer windows).