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Mwendwa Appears before Parliament over Funding Crisis



Football Kenya Federation (FKF) president Nick Mwendwa is to appear before a parliamentary committee over funding crisis.

Mwendwa will appear before the Parliamentary Sports Committee chaired by Machakos Town Member of Parliament Victor Munyaka to shed light on the impasse and challenges the federation faces from the government over funding.

Mwendwa will be accompanied by a powerful delegation of the national men’s and women’s teams Harambee Stars and Starlets respectively who have been victims of the government’s lethargy in funding their programs

The FKF president will be facing the parliamentarians a week after attacking the Ministry of Sports Principle Secretary Ambasadeur Kirimi Kaberia for frustrating the federation over funding.

A similar thin veiled attack against Kaberia was made by the Kenya Rugby Union (KRU) vice chairman Thomas Opiyo who accused the PS of being the stumbling block towards their funding.

The appearance before the parliamentarians comes in the backdrop of various sporting federations including ootball Kenya Federation (FKF), Kenya Hockey Union (KHU), Kenya Rugby Union (KRU), Athletics Kenya (AK) and the Kenya Table Tennis Association (KTTA), jointly petitioned the Parliamentary Sports Committee expressing their misgivings over the lack of support and feedback from the ministry in regards to funding of activities of national teams.

Rugby, Athletics, Basketball and Table Tennis Federations’ officials are also expected to meet the committee.

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Nyamweya booed in Kibra By election ODM Rally



As the Kibra by elections campaigns came to a close former Football Kenya Federation (FKF) president Sam Nyamweya was booed.

Nyamweya was booed by the audience attending an Orange Democratic Party (ODM) led by Kenyan Premier League (KPL) champions Gor Mahia Organizing Secretary Judith Nyangi.

Nyangi led the crowd at booing and waving no at Nyamweya after he was introduced and invited on stage by the Master of Ceremony to address the gathering.

Nyamweya was drowned in the boos as he tried to speak against the former national football team Harambee Stars captain McDonald Mariga who is the Jubilee party’s Kibra by elections candidate.

Nyamweya was trying to say that Mariga has not done much for football in Kibra where he never assisted the sport in the area despite earning a hefy salary as a professional footballer during his hey playing days.

After the rally, Nyangi said Nyamweya was being a hypocritical after bringing Kenya’s football on its deathbed and yet has the guts to criticise someone else for not doing much for soccer.

Mariga who was the first East African to win the Uefa Champions League in 2011 playing for Italian outfit Inter Milan battles ODM’s Imran Okoth and Amani National Congress (ANC) aspirant Eliud Owalo among other 21 candidates for the Kibra by election seat scheduled for Thursday, November 7.

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The team affiliated to the incoming Football Kenya Federation (FKF) Coast NEC Member Gabriel Mghendi went unopposed in Kwale and Taita Taveta and Kilifi Branches following the deadline for submission of nomination papers by aspirants.

Salim Bambaulo, Duncan Maghanga and Dickson ‘’Mamelody’ Angore are destined for a four year term as the Branch Chairman for Kwale Branch, Taita Taveta Branch and Kilifi Branch respectively after no opponent showed up to present papers before the deadline.

This means that there will be no contest in the three counties within the region during the forthcoming FKF Branch elections scheduled for November 23’rd 2019.

The FKF Branch elections will therefore be an exercise to seek representation in Mombasa Branch where the outgoing Secretary General madam Lilian ”Iron Lady” Nandudu and Congo Boys FC Chairman Alamin Abdallah have been cleared to vie for the position of the Branch Chairperson.

Salim Bambaulo is the outgoing FKF South Coast Branch Chairman and Dickson ‘’Mamelody’ Angore has been serving as the FKF North Coast Branch Secretary General having been duly elected during the 2016 FKF elections. Meanwhile Duncan Maghanga is the Chairman of Tikki Football Club that currently participates in the FKF National Division Two Northern Zone League.


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FKF Elections Appeals Committee window opened for Elections related disputes



The FKF Electoral Board’s Appeals Committee has on Monday, October 28, 2019, opened its doors to any disputes concerning the nomination exercise which culminated on Wednesday last week.

The committee is set to listen to appeals and disputes submitted to it between today, Monday, and Wednesday, after which the committee will issue verdicts, which will be final and binding.

“Section 7 of the Electoral Code provides any aspirants, who were not happy with the decisions of the board, recourse in the Appeals Committee,” said Board Chairman Prof. Edwin Wamukoya.

“Aspirants who wish to lodge appeals will be required to pay a non-refundable fee, as is stipulated in Section 7 of the Electoral Code, and thereafter send their appeals physically to our address, or on the appeals committee’s email address,,” he added.

The Board had earlier on Thursday last week revealed a preliminary list of candidates for the County and National elections.

After the Appeals and Disputes window elapses, the Board is expected to publish a final list of candidates on November 2, 2019, ahead of the polls.

Voter verification, meanwhile, will be done between November 4, and November 9, 2019.

A preliminary list of eligible voters will be published on November 11, 2019, after which disputes surrounding the voter register will be heard, by the Board, between November 13, and November 15, 2019, and thereafter by the Appeals Committee, if need be, between November 18, and November 20, 2019.

The final list of eligible voters will be published on November 21, 2019.

County elections have been scheduled for November 23, while the National polls have been lined up on December 7, 2019.

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