MIDLANDS Amateur Boxing Association (MABA) says there is critical need to amend the national boxing constitution to suit the dynamics of the sport.
MABA vice secretary Edwin Lundu said that a meeting has since been called at the Olympic Youth Development Centre (OYDC) to discuss the constitutional amendments.
“We have decided to ammend the Constitution so that it can meet modern times. Things have changed and the old constitution does not carter for the development taking place,” he said.
MABA, which is heading the event, has invited all affiliates and clubs for the meeting.
“A meeting is scheduled to take place at the Olympic Youth Development Centre, OYDC, on Saturday 20th April to dicuss the amending of the Zambian Boxing Federation Constitution.We have invited all boxing clubs to the meeting because the Constitution will be for their benefit mainly and we want them to be able to share their grievances and ideas,” Lundu said.
He stated the the input of the affiliate clubs in this constitution is very important because the document affects them.
Boxing clubs in Zambia have been using the 2012 constitution that was implemented by the Zambia Boxing Federation (ZBF).