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Mwendwa in for a second term after landslide victory in FKF polls

Mwendwa in for a second term after landslide victory in FKF polls

by Agnes Amondi

Nick Mwendwa has retained his seat as the president of Football Kenya Federation And will now serve for another four years.

Football delegates handed Mwendwa a fresh mandate during the FKF elections which took place at the Safari Park hotel in Nairobi. He garnered 77 votes ahead of his closest challenger Lodvick Aduda who only managed five. Other contestant – Herbert Mwachiro got three votes while Dan Mule and Bonface Osano received zero votes.

The exercise had twice been cancelled but on Friday, the Sports Dispute Tribunal (SDT) gave a go ahead for the exercise to proceed.

In other results, former referee Margaret Omondi won the National Executive Committe (NEC) Women’s Representative seat with 43 votes, ahead of Kerubo Momanyi whio missed out by a single vote. The third candidate Sally Bolo did not get a single vote.


John Andere won the Nyanza NEC seat ahead of Laban Jobita with 79 votes against Jobita’s five. Bernard Korir was elected the NEC member for Upper Rift region by 64 votes, beating Masinde Nyongesa who attained 21.

Ahmed Qadar Mohammed is the newly elected North Eastern NEC representative. He got 82 votes against Mohammed Ahmed Farah’s three.

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