The Football Kenya Federation (FKF) chairman Sam Nyamweya has reiterated his ambition to oversee a free and fair electoral process in the coming FKF elections, though he too, will be among the aspirants.
Nyamweya was present at the Panafric Hotel on Saturday 3 October during the inauguration of the Electoral and Appeals Boards and speaking at the event he called on all the aspirants to accept the outcome of the polls.
He declared his will to accept defeat and work with elected leaders should the electorate feel he is not fit enough to lead the country’s football fraternity for the next four years.
“We are committed to having a fair and credible election and if I lose I will accept and work with the one who wins and likewise should they lose they should accept and work with me.
“I am glad that most of the officials nominated in the AGM to work in the elections board accepted their nominations, clearing the way for a credible process,” he said.
Nyamweya will be up against Nick Mwendwa, Gor Semelang’o and Sammy Sholei in the polls.