Ingwe elect new leaders
01 July 2015, 09:32
Nairobi - AFC Leopards members have elected Walter Onyino to be the club's interim Chairman for the next three months before election of new leaders is done.
The seven member team who were elected during the club's AGM held at Nairobi will foresee the club's activities for three months until December when fresh elections shall be conducted.
The vice chairmanship post went to Daniel Mule while Asava Kadima was elected the Secretary General. Pamella Lutta is the new treasurer.
Other elected leaders are Robin Toskin, Peter Lichungu and Douglas Simiyu who shall be the club members.
Addressing journalists thereafter, Onyino said their first mandate is to bring in sponsors to help the club that is currently having some financial constraints.
The interim chairman also said they will source for other avenues that will bring in income to the club.
Onyino said: "We have a mandate to bring this club on board and we shall not seat back and see things go wrong. We are going to do our best to help the club recover from financial constraints that its currently facing."
He also told the clubs fans not to forsake it because of the current issues.
"When you see that something is not right don't keep quiet, pass the anger through me and I assure you that we will do our best," he said.
The AGM however did not end smoothly. Some members walked out in protest that all groups were not represented.
"We are more than 26 groups but I see that it's the facebook group that is well represented in the AGM. Where are the other teams?" said a furious member who stated that the move to hold the AGM was a well hacked plan to lock out the members who were in their work stations.
News24kenya, however did not immediately establish whether the un-satisfied members will contest the newly elected membership.
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