Gor Mahia Chairman Ambrose Rachier has revealed it will be up to the Electoral Board to come up with guidelines to be followed in the club’s elections set to be held on August 8.
The EC has already been formed and is set to have a sitting this weekend to set the guidelines to be used by those vying for respective positions.
“Ours was to set up a date for elections after which a three-member board was set up to oversee the whole process,” Rachier told the club’s website.
“It is an independent board and they will be having a meeting today [Saturday] after which they will issue guidelines in regards to the deadline for submitting credentials and the requirements for those wishing to vie for any post -as per the club’s constitution.”
The government has suspended social gatherings owing to Covid-19, and the veteran administrator has revealed how the elections will be conducted.
“I wish to repeat that the voting process will be through the electronic system with only registered members allowed to vote,” Rachier added.
“We are all aware of Covid-19 control measures that cannot allow public gatherings.
“The best and easy platform will be advised on the process, well, in advance before voting day.”