F.C MUZA has deplored the hate speech and the toxic talk that erupted in the video circulating on social media over accusations made against the alleged reaction to the narrow loss to Nkwazi F.C.

The club has strongly dispelled the allegations as false, unfounded and a calculated ploy aimed at tarnishing the image of the FC MUZA.

According to the statement issued by Joel S. Kabika, FC MUZA CEO,  two suspected Nkwazi F.C match stewards (playing security duties) donned in red bibs, masquerading as F.C MUZA fans, provoked our club officials who were peacefully watching the game from the team bus.

The two suspected Nkwazi F.C stewards physically attacked our officials, sprinkled some unknown liquid substance on their faces and went further to fight our innocent security officials.

The natural reaction from our security officials was to defend themselves.

The incident happened during the first half when the game was still locked at one -one without the involvement of any of our fans, contrary to the malicious posting that it was after the game.

As a Club, we are deeply disturbed with the violent behaviour of the suspected Nkwazi F.C security officials and underline the need to bring perpetrators of such reprehensible acts of violence to justice.

The CEO has commended the swift action by uniformed police officers who controlled the unfortunate situation and restored order and has reaffirmed the need to combat by all means, in accordance with the FAZ regulations, threats and acts of violence to visiting teams and their supporters, and any such acts, regardless of wherever, whenever and by whomsoever their committed to.

F.C MUZA, will follow the laid down procedure in lodging a complaint to the national football governing body (FAZ) if need be.

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