Kenya FKF issues notice for AGM to set date for elections

Football Kenya Federation (FKF) has issued a notice for their Annual General Meeting (AGM) just a day after they kick-started the process of holding elections later in the year.

In a statement signed by FKF CEO Barry Otieno, obtained by Africa Top Sports, and sent to various stakeholders among them 48 FKF County branches, 18 FKF Premier League clubs, 10 National Super League (NSL) clubs, three clubs in the women’s Premier League, two clubs in the women’s NSL, the notice confirmed the ninth AGM will be held on March 16.

“Pursuant to Article 29(2) of the FKF constitution (2017), formal notice is hereby given that ninth AGM of FKF will be held on March 16 in Nairobi at 10 am,” read part of the statement, adding: “Additionally, in accordance with Article 29(3)of the FKF constitution (2017), the formal convocation will be communicated at least thirty (30) days before the date of the AGM.”

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The statement further outlined the number of delegates, who will attend the meeting in line with Article 23 (1) of the FKF constitution. They include one delegate from each of the 48 FKF Counties, one delegate from each of the 18 FKF Premier League clubs, while delegates from NSL will be comprised of teams occupying position one (1) to ten (10) of the official league standing thirty (30) days to the AGM.

Delegates from the National Division One will be comprised of teams occupying positions one (1) to five (5) in both zones of the official league standing thirty (30) days before the General meeting.

The latest development comes after FKF’s National Executive Committee (NEC) kick-started the process for the eagerly awaited exercise and confirmed that the FKF Electoral Code (2020), which was used during the previous elections, will once again be used.


Dennis Mabuka

Dennis Mabuka is a seasoned Kenyan journalist with 18 years of experience covering sports events. He is currently a sport content creator with en.Africatopsports.com.

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