Football Kenya Federation President Nick Mwendwa has stated he will re-elected ‘no matter what’.
The elections by the federation have been cancelled twice with the latest block coming from the Sports Disputes Tribunal who ruled the term of the current national executive members has expired.
Mwendwa insists FKF has done a lot and should be commended for that.
“For the avoidance of doubt even if we are going to repeat this election exercise 10 times, I will win in every round and our opponents know this for a fact ,” Mwendwa is quoted by Goal.
“We enjoy majority support in the counties as we remained unopposed in a lot of areas of contest.
“In terms of football development, we really have done our job and this is evident everywhere at the grassroots level in the country. The only competition we have is going to the court and trying to convince John Ohaga [SDT chair] his actions are pushing Kenya to be banned which is not good at all.
“I have strained a lot to see that Kenyan football is developing and on the right track.”
The youthful administrator has also shed more light on the reportedly added clauses in the constitution that lock out potential competition.
“The difference between the 2015 electoral code and the one we passed recently is only one. In the former one, presidential candidates must have been engaged in football activities for the last two preceding years while in the latter we have made it three preceding years.
“There is no other difference at all,” Mwendwa said.
The cancelled elections were set to be held on March 27, this year.