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PRESS RELEASE

TO ALL MEDIA HOUSES

Dear News Editors,

RE: AFC LEOPARDS VERIFICATION PROCESS FOR CANDIDATES AND MEMBERS

The AFC Leopards Electoral Board has received nomination forms from the 30 persons aspiring to be elected as club officials. The National election is scheduled to be held on Sunday, 24th July 2016 at Bomas of Kenya. The candidates shall be cleared to vie for the respective positions after going through the vetting process to be carried out the week of 4th July 2016- 8th July 2016 at NSSF Building 24th Floor Sports Dispute Tribunal Boardroom. During the same period the membership list will also be verified.

 

Stakeholders are required to forward any presentations on the eligibility or otherwise of the Candidates via email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and the letter to be addressed to the Secretary of the AFC Leopards Electoral Board by close of business Monday 4th July 2016. The presentations should be guided by the relevant provisions of the AFC Leopards SC Constitution, the Sports Act 2013 and the Kenya Constitution 2010 that includes and should not be limiting to chapter 6 on leadership and integrity.

 

All persons making presentations must be ready when called upon to appear before the board in person, to prove the allegations. The Prospective Candidates are as follows:

 

Chairman:

1. Mr. Daniel Mule

2. Robert Asembo

3. Mathews Opwora

4. Maurice Amahwa

 

Vice Chairman:

1. Lawrence Ngacha

2. Joshua Asige

3. Felix Shitsama

Secretary General:

1. Doughlas Simiyu

2. Oscar Igaida

3. Ronald Namai

Deputy Secretary General:

1. Suleiman Angulu

2. Elijah Ang’ila

Treasurer

1. Feisal Hussein

2. Francis Mugasiali

3. Oliver Napali

4. Dennis Muyesu

Deputy Treasurer

1. Okia Ndindi

2. Justus Makabila

Organizing Secretary

1. Gilbert Selebwa

2. Noah Wanyama

3. Timothy Lilumbi

Executive Committee Members

1. Wycliffe Nyamu

2. Saul Ambwao

3. Patricia Kitazi

4. Olivia Sikuku

5. Stanslaus Omukhobero

6. Peter Lichungu

7. Athanas Obango

8. Irene Karani

9. Robert Situma

The Board shall continue giving regular updates to the Club Members on the electoral process.

The Board remains committed to delivering a free, fair and democratic election and calls for the co-operation of all club members to realize this.

DATED THIS 2nd DAY OF JULY 2016

SIGNED

Chairman

AFC LEOPARDS ELECTORAL BOARD

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Website: www.fkfelections.com

 

Committed to deliver free, fair and credible elections

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+254 703 315 319

Mr. Elias Masika                           Ms. Irene Tindi                  Mr. Wahome Gichu

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Chairman                                      Secretary                              Treasurer

 

 

Board Members;

Mr. John Kariuki, Mr. Morris Paul, Mr. Duncan Mutsotso, Mrs. Lilian Nzile, Mr. Wycliffe Omuchenya, Mr. Bukachi Ordinah

All correspondence should be addressed to the Secretary

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Goals from Eugine Ambulwa and Kepha Aswani ensured that Ingwe returned to the summit after Mathare United lost

 

AFC Leopards moved to the summit of Kenyan Premier League for the second time this season after they beat Kakamega Homeboyz 2-1 on Wednesday.

It was a joy for coach Ivan Minnaert, who is still unbeaten in the league and a delightful moment for Ingwe fans, who have taken the opportunity to taunt their rivals Gor Mahia after Mathare United had earlier fell 2-0 to City Stars at the same venue.

Allan Kateregga and Lamine Diallo started from the bench with Andrew Tololwa returning to the first eleven as Martin Imbalambala faced his former club for the first after quitting last year. Coach Mike Mururi also opted to give Patrick Oboya another chance, after he impressed against Posta Rangers two weeks ago.

Ingwe's slow start and lack of concentration in the match was punished as early as the 9th minute when Charles Momanyi’s low drive evaded all boots to find its way into the net and give the visitors a deserved lead.

The goal was a wakeup call for the thirteen times Kenyan Premier League champions, who reacted with a series of attacks, but they could not hit the target notably in the 19th minute when Andrew Tololwa flashed just wide with only the keeper to beat.

In the 54th minute, Eugine Ambulwa leveled matters through a header, to the joy of the home fans, who until then were nervous especially after wasting clear cut opportunities to score in the first half. 

Homeboyz resorted to cautious play to at least gather a point from the otherwise unstoppableIngwe, and it was no surprise when the former Thika United man Kepha Aswani rose highest to score the second for his team and seal the three points.

AFC Leopards are now on top of the table with 14 points one more than second placed Tusker, while Homeboyz remain 10th on seven after six matches. Ingwe will be away to Nairobi City Stars in their next league assignment while Homeboyz will host defending champions Gor Mahia.

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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to all members of AFC Leopards SC pursuant to the provisions of Clause 8 (1 and 3) of the Constitution that a SPECIAL GENERAL MEETING of the Clubs convened for and shall take place at Nyayo National Stadium on Sunday 28th December 2014 at 10.00 am to transact the following business:-

AGENDA
1.To consider and if approved, adopt the audited Financial Statements of the Club for the year ended 31st December, 2013 together with theTreasurer’s Report

Dated this 18thday of December 2014

BY ORDER OF THE NATIONAL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

George Aladwa
Secretary General

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Pieter De Jongh has raised concern over the missed chances the team had against Muhoroni Youth on Wednesday.

After the teams played to a goalless draw at Nyayo Stadium, the coach was cautious of blame in his post match remarks.

“ I saw the players give their best to win but also were unlucky on the day,” he said.

“ We created so many chances but never took them to our advantage. I can count as many as twelve chances which we could have utilized to get the points but then we did not.”

“We have to take this chances to get better results. We did not lose but we would be better with a win now.”

The coach also took note of the interference in the training schedule with the Harambee Stars trip as well as league matches in between.

“ The national team interference for the league teams could be felt. The schedule for the friendly affected our preparation. I hope this can also be looked into to avoid club versus country clashes.”

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