The People's Team scored through Chiukepo Msowoya (brace), Bright Munthali (brace), Mussa Manyenje and Nelson Kangunje who was also named Man of the Match.
Bullets now top the log table with 49 points from 21 games, Silver Strikers and BeForward Wanderers are second and third with 43 and 42 points from 21 games each, respectively.
Kamuzu Barracks, who beat Nchalo United 0-2 at Kalulu Stadium in Chikwawa on Saturday, are on eighth position with 28 points from 22 games.
Elsewhere, Civil Sporting and Mafco shared a point each after settling for a 2-all draw at Civo Stadium. Civil Sporting scored through Innocent Tanganyika and Lawrence Chaziya with Martin Masoatheka and Kingsley Nkhonjera netting for Mafco. Nkhonjera was also named man of the match.
Civil Sporting have since moved up from fifth to fourth position with 31 points from 22 games while Mafco are second from the bottom with 17 points from 21 games.
At Mulanje Park Stadium, Tigers FC came from behind twice to claim a 3-2 home win over Blue Eagles who lost 0-3 to Wanderers on Saturday.
Tigers scored through Peter Katsonga, Luke Chima and Mathias Nyirenda while Maxwell Salambula and Stuart Mbunge scored for the visitors.
Tigers have moved up to fifth position with 30 points from 21 games with Blue Eagles climbing down from fourth to sixth position with 29 games from 22 games.
Mzuni FC claimed a 2-0 home win over Masters Security at Mzuzu Stadium, thanks to goals from Ramadhan Mtafu and Michael Tete.
Mzuni are on thirteenth position with 24 points while Masters are on seventh position with 29 points from 22 games each.
At Kasungu Stadium, TN Stars and Red Lions bagged a point each after after settling for a one-all draw. Ian Chinyama scored for the home side while Steve Ziba netted for Red Lions. Red Lions' Loti Chawinga was named man of the match there.
Red Lions and TN Stars are on tied on 25 points from 23 and 21games, respectively. Red Lions are on eleventh position above TN Stars due to their superior goal difference.