The National Pension Scheme Authority (NAPSA) has dissolved NAPSA Stars Football Club executive committee with immediate effect.

According to a media statement made available to Lusaka Star sports news by NAPSA head of corporate affairs, Cephas Sinyangwe, the decision to dissolve the executive committee has been made to reposition the club and boost the club’s performance.

“I believe this will inject some new ideas into the management of the club and help to change the tide,” Mwiinga said.

He said the new management structure has been constituted to oversee the activities of the team going forward.

Mwiinga said the new board and the management will be headed by Zingani Phiri as board chairperson and other members of the team will be announced soon.

He has since thanked the executive for the support and contribution rendered to the team and has wished them well in their future endeavors.

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