Kenyan FA set for AGM amidst claims of poor performance

FKF’s AGM is around the corner.

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A letter from the federation dated August 15 and obtained by P Live has confirmed that this year’s meeting will be held on Saturday October 14 in Mombasa as from 10:00am.

"Pursuant to Article 26 (1), (2) (3) of the FKF Constitution, Notice is hereby given that the fifth Annual General Meeting of the Football Kenya Federation will be held on Saturday 14th October 2017 in Mombasa at 10:00am. The formal convocation will be communicated thirty days before the date of the General Meeting.’’

This will come about two and half years after Nick Mwendwa was elected the federation’s President.

Ahead of the event, a number of stakeholders, who spoke to P Live on grounds of anonymity expressed dissatisfaction with the manner in which Mwendwa has worked explaining that more was expected from the youthful administrator at the time of his election.

“Nick Mwendwa has done a lot but I don’t think this is his best. We expected more from him.”

Among the delegates invited to attend the meeting include representatives of the 20 FKF branches countrywide, representatives of the 18 teams participating in the Kenya Premier League, representatives of teams occupying positions one to eight on the official standing of the National Super League, representatives of teams occupying positions one to four on the official standings of both Zones of Division One League, representatives of the Kenya Football Coaches Association(KEFOCA),  Kenya Football Referee's Association (KEFORA) and Kenya Football Players Welfare Association(KEFWA).

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