Francis Kahata scored the lone goal of the game in the 78th minute.
The Flames were also whacked 3-0 by Morocco’s Atlas Lions in 2019 African Cup of Nations (Afcon) in Casablanca last Saturday.
RVG has so far recorded two victories, six losses and nine draws in 17 matches, and Kalowe said it is time for FAM to take action by firing the coach.
“We will gather at Limbe Magistrate Court where the parade will start.
“The petition, therefore, will be submitted to FAM through its general secretary Alfred Gunda,” he said.
The FAM boss said despite the fact that the odds were against the Flames in the match against Morocco, a team that qualified for the 2018 Russia World Cup, the performance was not what was expected.
“I agree that it’s not pleasing at all. Though we were up against a giant, it’s not a result that we expected,” he said.
Nyamilandu’s statement is contrary to what the coach said after the 3-0 loss when he described his charges’ performance as impressive, arguing that the result was not a true reflection of the match.
But Nyamilandu said time has come for the Belgian coach to prove if he is worth his salt when Malawi faces Cameroon in back-to-back qualifiers on October 10 away, and on October 13 at Bingu National Stadium.
“They are tough matches and that’s why we recruited an expatriate coach. He has to show his expertise at this critical moment and he must prove his worth,” he said without elaborating what would be the coach’s fate in case he fails to do deliver.