Former FKF president, Sam Nyamweya and 47 County Football Associations officials have called on Sports Cabinet Secretary, Ababu Namwamba to provide a clear road map on the Football Kenya Federation elections.
The officials led by their chairman hosted the FKF President Emeritus in Nakuru on Sunday, October 15 to discuss matters affecting football in the country.
The grassroots football leaders have expressed their concern on the lack of a clear communication on the elections as they want the elections slated for February 24, 2024 be moved to January 24.
The officials have urged the Sports CS to ensure that the elections are conducted under the Sports Act citing that there is mischief in the process leading up to it.
So far the former FKF president is joined in the race for the federation’s top seat by Gor Mahia Secretary General Samuel Ochola, former Kenya international Sammy ‘Kempes’ Owino and Hussein Mohammed, associated with the Super 8 Tournament.
Incumbent Nick Mwendwa will not be defending his seat after serving the mandatory two, four years terms