The Football Kenya Federation (FKF) President Nick Mwendwa has called for free and fair elections when AFC Leopards members go to the polls to pick their leaders on Sunday 24 July at the Moi International Sports Center (MISC).
Mwendwa said the federation is watching the polls keenly and stated that his office will not be interfering as long as the process is not flawed.
“We are watching keenly but we will not interfere; the least we want to see is a free and fair process that is also peaceful. That is the only thing we are asking for and I do not think it will be hard for them to give us that.
“We trust in the electoral board charged with the process, Irene Tindi is there and did a good job with the FKF elections and so we are confident it will go well,” he said.
A total of 26 candidates will be seeking to be elected to the available ten positions in the club’s management; Mathews Opwora, vying for the chairman’s slot has already stepped down.