The handing over of the Football Kenya Federation (FKF) reigns from Sam Nyamweya to the incoming president Nick Mwendwa has been rescheduled to March.
The process was earlier scheduled for Tuesday 16 February but the outgoing President requested for more time to avail the crucial documents pertaining to the running of the federation and the two agreed on March 4th.
Nyamweya, in an address to the media after a short meeting with Mwendwa, said he did not envision handing over the reins casually
“The handing over cannot be done that casually; we need to organize some paperwork and files before handing over so we have agreed that we will do it in early March,” he said.
The two had a short meeting before addressing the media and Mwendwa confirmed that indeed the comprehensive handing over will be done in March.
“We had a meeting with the outgoing President and agreed that the comprehensive handing over will be done on 3rd or 4th of March.
“We are taking stock today and tomorrow after which we will be rolling out the proper plans as to how the federation will be run. The president has promised to come back in the comprehensive handing over where he will address the pertinent issues,” Mwendwa said.