Football Association of Zambia president Andrew Kamanga says it is insignificant to politicize the final arrival of the Zambia team bus after over a year of waiting .
The team bus was a donation the South Africa Football Association’s 2010 FIFA World Cup legacy project made to Zambia after hosting the tournament that year, However, the vehicle had been mysteriously marooned in Johannesburg until last month.
Kamanga said it was time to move forward and the glory of finally getting the bus to Zambia was not on the agenda.
“The bus is also outside. I hope it is not something for debate. Let us not waste time on who has brought the bus? Who has done what? What is important is that the bus is here,” Kamanga told media.
“Let us be a bit happy that it is here. For me, the bus belongs to FAZ. So, give credit to FAZ, whether it is the previous administration or the current one. For me, credit is due to FAZ.
“You know people come and go but the benefit remains with the institution.”