AFC Kawangware branch leaders retain posts
12 August 2013, 14:28
Former Afc Leopards' Kawangware Branch chairman Josphat Manyonyi and his vice Synatia Mbaya were elected unopposed in branch election held at Bora Bora Restaurant yesterday.
The exercise - which lasted 3 hours - was peaceful and termed as free and fair by both contenders as no incidence or hiccups were experienced.
Kawangware is considered a rich vote area going by the June 29 Leopards' General election.
Josphat Manyoyi garnered 65 votes with 2 spoilt votes, while Vice chairman Synatia Mbaya had 63 votes with 1 spoilt vote.
The Secretary General seat contest was a two horse race between Joseph Shikutwa who got 32 votes while the winner, Stanly Aluda got 34 votes.
Other competitors won as follows:
Assistant Secretary - Milcent Khatievi won with 33 votes against Saul Omukatu who had 27 votes. There was 3 spoilt votes.
Treasurer - Bonface Anyula got 55 votes beating close rival Alex Lusala who had 9 votes. There was 1 spoilt vote.
Assistant Treasurer - There was 1 spoilt vote as Jenifer Kwendo won unopposed after scooping 60 votes.
Organizing secretary position went to Henry Bonge who got 51 votes against Seth Lugonzo's 7 votes. 8 votes were spoilt.
Assistant Organising secretary - Joseph Keya won with 43 votes as Silvester Makani got 13 votes. There was I spoilt vote.
Committeee member seat went to Bernard Amboko who garnered 34 votes, while Bonface Rumiti came close with 23 votes as Lawrence Wanzara got 9 votes.
The chairman promised to work with both winners and losers to achieve the goals of the branch and live the dream of reclaiming Leopards’ lost glory.
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