Botswana Football Association (BFA) chief executive officer, Mfolo Mfolo is left with just a month to finish his two-year contract, but his future remains undecided.
Mfolo joined the association on a two-year deal in 2017, on secondment from the Ministry of Tertiary Education. But with his contract up on September 18, nothing concrete has been agreed between him and the employer.
However, indications are that despite the lack of progress, Mfolo would be retained. The association’s National Executive Committee (NEC) will make a decision whether to keep or kick-out Mfolo.
“My contract is expiring on 18 September. It is for NEC to make a recommendation on the turnout of events. However, the president (Maclean Letshwiti) will pronounce a determination to all the matters pertaining to my contract,” Mfolo said.
Mfolo succeeded Ookeditse Malesu who had taken over following the change of guard at Lekidi Centre when Letshwiti replaced Tebogo Sebego as the association’s president.