Football analyst Bobby Kabango and Kim Kamau have commended Nyasa Big Bullets for acting swiftly on a gate management fraud case involving its accountant Jeromy Mwagomba.

At the weekend during a TNM super league match involving Bullets and Waka Waka Tigers at the Kamuzu stadium, Mwagomba is said to have called an official of the gate management film asking for MK750,000 from gate takings.

The official in question informed relevant authorities who moved in to ensure the money was safe.

On Tuesday, Bullets held a press briefing announcing the suspension of Magomba to pave way for investigations.

Kamau and Kabango say the Super League defending champions deserve praise for acting swiftly on the matter.

The two said decisive action is needed to stop the practice which has seen people reap where they did not sow.

Magomba's suspension came barely a few months after some people were also involved in a gate management fraud case during a match involving Mighty Mukuru Wanderers and Sable Farming. The matter was taken to court and the culprits were later found guilty.