By Victor Kanayo
Zambia has exposed one of the country’s national junior women’s football team’s male head coaches, Kaluba Kangwa, who reportedly impregnated a young female player.
In a swift response, the Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) is set to suspend a named Zambia Under-17 girls coach following allegations that he allegedly impregnated and fathered a child with a 15-year-old soccer player in 2013.
According to the ZamFoot Crew sources at Football House, the male coach will not be part of the under-17 bench.
“You can’t deny that Augustine Muskoka and the boss [Andrew Kamanga] have their issues but you can only praise him [Mukoka] for bringing out such issues,” an insider said.
“It is a moral thing and the coach has to go. There’s a process as the coach needs to exculpate himself after receiving his charge letter.
“The GS [Adrian Kashala] is handling the issue but be rest assured that there will be changes.
“There has been widespread disapproval following a widespread exposure about the FAZ sex scandal by a Journalist.
“Zambia Under-17 women’s soccer team coach Kaluba Kangwa is allegedly one of the main culprits in the FAZ sex scandal. Kaluba, who is a church elder in Lusaka, allegedly impregnated and fathered a child with a 15-year-old soccer player.
“Kaluba is named in the recent email that I published as having taken advantage of his position at his organisation – Bauleni United Sports Academy (BUSA) – to abuse vulnerable minors some of whom he allegedly impregnated and forced to abort,” the former Post Newspapers Sports writer wrote.