Dynamos board chairman dismisses chances of joining hands with rebel Kamba faction
Dynamos board chairman, Bernard Marriot, has dismissed any chances of joining hands with a rebel faction led by Ernest Kamba, after the faction issued out a statement in which they appeared to be reaching out to Marriot and his group on Monday.
Speaking to The Chronicle, Marriot said Kamba and his team were not part of the club and were free to hold their own annual general meeting. He narrated how they parted ways with Kamba in 2002 for holding illegal meetings. Marriot said Kamba’s faction should be glad that he is a reformed person, otherwise he could have beaten them for tampering with the people’s team.