NAPSA has directed its football club, Napsa Stars, to perform up to the standard of the Authority.
Speaking when the team unveiled its new Macron kit at the Levy Mall in Lusaka on this afternoon, National Pension Scheme Authority (NAPSA) chairman for all clubs Mason Mwiinga tipped Napsa Stars to advance the Authority’s excellence through above-board 2017 league performance.
“Presentation of this new kit presents a total transformation of the team into a re-branded Napsa Stars team. We want to portray a different level of excellence. Going forward, we want Napsa Stars to depict the same excellence that the Authority is depicting in all the services that we are offering. We want Napsa Stars to be a carrier of our good corporate image,” said Mwiinga, who is also NAPSA director of contributions and benefits.
This is a complete new jersey [but] the only thing that remains the same is the colour, our Napsa colours. We are committed to continuing to support this team [and] we are putting resources on the table for this team to perform. Anything short of [impressing] results will not be accepted! We are aiming for not less than the top three slot at the end of the season.
And Napsa Stars chairman Richie Nawa said: “We’ve changed the kit suppliers from Nike to Macron and those wishing to buy are free to come to our secretariat and buy our replica jerseys-they are immediately available. Napsa Stars is ready season for the 2017 league season and that’s the more reason we are unveiling a completely new kit, with a complete new supplier.”