Supporters to discuss safety ahead of Kaizer Chiefs and Chippa United match

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Football supporters are set to discuss safety ahead of Kaizer Chiefs and Chippa United match

Football Supporters will gather at Buffalo City Hall @10h00 tomorrow morning, ahead of the much anticipated Premier's Cup clash between Chippa United and Kaizer Chiefs.

This all important meeting will, in the main, address the need for a united voice on safety and security issues while working collectivelly in  attracting high level football events to the province and Buffalo City.

Buffalo City Executive Mayor Hon. Xola Pakati, MEC for Sport, Recreation, Arts and Culture Hon. Pemmy Majodina and Chairman of ChippaUnited Mr. Chippa Mpengesi are expected to deliver messages of support at this meeting. 

Buffalo City has a track record of incident-free football events and has contributed enormously to sport and tourism econmy in the city.

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The meeting provides a rare opportunity for government, the media, football administrators, football supporters and the community at large, to join hands in saving lives while creating a safe and secure environment at our stadia. 

Members of the media are cordially invited to attend this historic event. 
 #UnitedInPatriotismAndNationBuilding #OneNafsaOneNation #WeAreFootball. 

Issued by NAFSA Spokesperson, Thabo Masombuka 
Further Inquiries: 
Siyabulela Makunga  (Secretary-General)
072 768 0238 (NAFSA WhatsApp Group No)
Website: www.nafsa.org.za 
Facebook Page: National African Football Supporters' Association

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