I’m equal to the task, Chanda


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FOOTBAL Association of Zambia (FAZ) first female spokesperson, Mwazipeza Sakala Chanda, says she is equal to the task despite being the first ever female to serve in that position.

Chanda said that she was not in the position as a woman but as a professional.

She said this when she featured on 5FM radio’s Sport on 5 Programme aired on Wednesday March 13.

“I am very excited to be in this position and it is an honor for me to be at FAZ. Failure is not my option,” Chanda said.

Chanda joined FAZ last month in February after the resignation of Desmond Katongo who had served the association for 2 years.

She became the first female to serve in that capacity at FAZ in the history of Zambian football.


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