An urgent consultative meeting is expected to take place between Football Kenya Federation (FKF) and the Kenyan Premier League (KPL) chairmen at the Safaricom Stadium Kasarani VIP Lounge.
The meeting that is set for Saturday, February 11, 2017 at 10am is meant to resolve the misunderstandings between the two football governing bodies that culminated to the suspension of the 2017 League kick off.
The decision has been necessitated by the two failed JEC meetings. KPL states that they have not been able to attend the same due to one of their members falling ill. Despite the KPL/FKF MOU clearly indicating that two members from either side can form a quorum and debate on the upcoming issues.
In shedding light on the matter, FKF President Nick Mwendwa in consultation with the FKF NEC members has agreed to hold a meeting with all 2017 KPL chairmen in a bid to amicably resolve the top tier league composition stalemate.
This is brought about by Sofapaka FC and Muhoroni Youth FC failing to comply with the Club Licensing Criteria. The matter subsequently led to the two clubs being relegated to the second tier league.