Nsunge was co-opted into the position recently after the resignation of Rapula Okaile.
"From now on, you will be seeing a different GU. Of late we have attracted negative reports. We have some differences within the club which will have to be reconciled and that is what I will start doing," Nsunge said yesterday at a media briefing.
He said the club should immediately try and establish right partnerships to arrest the current financial situation.
Nsunge comes at a time when the club has repeatedly found itself at loggerheads with players because of delayed payment of salaries.
The troubled club has also had some members having taken it to court citing irregularities in the way the current committee was ushered in.
"We are trying to bring former players to try and help us run the club. We have realised that nowadays everything in football is being politicized. Football should be the winner. We are currently sailing on muddy waters so we hope bringing people like Nsunge can help us," he said.
Coach, Rodolfo Zapata said as a family, they have to try and stay united at the club.
He said he is happy that he has players leading the goal scoring charts.
Thatayaone Kgamanyane leads the charts in the BTC Premiership with 14 goals followed by his teammate, Tumisang Orebonye with 12.
Obonwe Maome is favorite to win the Mascom Top 8 yellow boot award as he leads with five goals.
Meanwhile, GU has revealed that they will send their Under-17 side to Sweden in June to take part in the Gothia Cup.