Dan Mule elected the new AFC Leopards chairman
25 July 2016, 15:10
Nairobi - The co-chairman of AFC Leopards Interim management committee (IMC) Daniel Anthony Mule was on Sunday elected as the club’s new chairman in a hotly contested and peaceful election held at Kasarani Safaricom gymnasium complex.
Mule beat his close rival and business man Maurice Amahawa after garnering 1,160 votes against 882 votes. Former FKF vice chairman came a distance close after garnering 119 votes while Mathew Opwora got 8 votes despite pulling out of the race days before elections.
The deputy chairman position went to Felix Shitsama who got an enormous 1,613 out of the 2,200 votes cast while his only contestant Lawrence Githinji managed 469 votes.
Oscar Igaida captured Secretary general seat after garnering 832 votes to beat Ronald Namai who got 759 votes as Douglas Simiyu got 500 votes.
Former coach Gilbert Selebwa lost narrowly by 6 votes to incumbent Timothy Lirumbi in Organising secretary position after garnering 914 votes against Lirumbi’s 920 votes. Noah Wanyama got 256 votes.
New entrant and Kiambio branch chairman, Oliver Napali Imbenzi captured the Treasurer seat with 880 votes against Dennis Muyesu’s 571 votes while Francis Mugasiali got 543 votes and Feisal Hussein got 84 votes. Justus Makabila was elected deputy treasurer after garnering 1444 votes against Okiya Dindi’s 627 votes.
Committee members position went to Iren Karani who managed 1032 votes, Saul Abwao 963 votes and Olivia Sikuku 937 votes.
Dan mule promised to work hard and include all stakeholders in rebuilding the club at the same time calling for his opponents to forget about their differences and come together and build the team.
“To my team that we have been elected together; I call upon you to work together regardless of which camp we belonged during the campaigns,”
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