By Amini Nyaungo
THE Chairman of Yanga’s investors committee Alex Mgongolwa has said his committee will overcome all challenges which their fellow traditional rivals Simba SC facing in transformation period.
Yanga Africans has started the process of getting investors who will own 49% shares as per directives of Government Sports Council to all clubs .
Mgongolwa said that his committee will reach every fans to receives the opinions before offloading shares to investors.
''Yanga is the people’s club we are not going against their need, I will make sure that we meet every one needs and prepare a programe which is fit to all ,'' said Mgongolwa.
The club has decided to run their team as a company, in a just few days after their rivals Simba awarded Mohammed Dewji the team with 50 percent shares.
According to the government every team is allowed to offload only 49 per cent and the remaining 51 per cent remained for the members of the team.
According to the constitutional of 2010, article 3. Yanga Members may own around 51% and the remained be allocated to shareholders.