Football Kenya Federation President Nick Mwendwa has maintained that the repeat elections will be held as passed despite pending court cases.
Speaking at the Special General Meeting at a Nairobi Hotel Mwendwa said that the elections which have been set for March will proceed because they had followed the due process as stipulated in last year’s judgment.
Sports Dispute Tribunal (SDT) rendered the FKF elections null and void, a move that forced Mwendwa to go back to the drawing board.
The Tribunal ordered for fresh elections saying there was no sufficient public participation in the FKF Electoral code.
In the meeting held today and attended by delegates from the 47 Counties members passed and adopted the Electoral Code.
Gor Mahia and AFC Leopards officials abstained but it sailed through after garnering 68 votes.
The names of the newly constituted election board comprising of five personalities were also passed.
the Members include Kentice Tikolo, Patrick Mathew Onyango, Ali Hassan Kauleni, Alfred Ndinya, and Samuel Karanja.
The board members will meet on Monday to decide on its leadership, before deciding on the new date of elections.