AFC Leopards' football club top management is walking a tightrope after its sponsor withdrew support over a tax row with the government.
The club heavily relied on funds from the sponsor before the situation ran out of control.
Reacting to the sponsor's exit, AFC Leopards chairman Dan Shikanda has embarked on a quest to find a new source of funding for the club.
The struggle to get alternative funding has not been a walk in the park for the management.
AFC's management has now decided to register members to generate some income from the same in the long run.
The management also unveiled a paybill number 196464 for contribution towards financing the team's activities.
In addition to the above initiatives, Shikanda noted that they have issued proposals to some of the potential investors to pump funds into the club for better performance at the league level.
"We are going to register between 10,000 and 15,000 members in the next two months who we believe will help in solving club’s financial issues even though we have written proposals to different companies seeking sponsorship,” Shikanda said as quoted by Citizen Digital.