Football Kenya Federation (FKF) presidential aspirant Nick Mwendwa has stated his readiness for the polls set to be run on three dates starting Thursday 29 October but states that the list of clubs has to be redone.
In a speech at a function in Nairobi, Mwendwa said the list had been tampered with ahead of the polls, noting that genuine clubs were left out while others have been duplicated and non existent ones also listed.
Mwendwa, the Team Change leader, a front runner in the polls, however stated that his side is ready for the polls and urged the Senate to expedite the process of clearing the exercise after the Parliament stated reservations over the FKF’s legality earlier in the week.
“We would like to urge the Senate to speed up the orocess and give a way forward; we also urge the electoral board to be fair and if there is a valid reason to push forward the election they should do so in time.
“For me, and my team, we will be ready when the polls are called but we also have to register our complaints over the list of clubs released. The clubs form the basis of getting the delegates for the elections but we know some clubs have been duplicated, omitted or non existent ones added and we want this sorted,” he said.