Western Kenya Federation Board register clubs

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Makokha speaking to West Fm/ Photo/Mike Kaguongo/West Fm

The newly Kenya Federation Board in North Western branch is in the process of registering the unregistered clubs as well as according playing cards to all players.

This comes on board after the elected in branch Chairman Mr. Erick Makokha confirmed to West Media Ltd that the entire office had procured a new office at Kanduyi grounds where they will be controlling everything from.

“The former members did not have working office due to rent pretext and other motives. If you wanted to see the chairman or even the secretary, you had to locate them from their personal work places. We have acquired a new office based at Kanduyi grounds where we shall be undertaking all of our progress from.” Said Makokha.

Kenya Federation Board
The North Western Kenya Federation branch chairman Eric Makokha speaking to West Fm/ Photo/Mike Kaguongo/West Fm

Makokha insisted that his office will begin by registering clubs in his jurisdiction because there have been a galore of unregistered clubs which transpires only to vote.

”I have come up with strategies to register these clubs so that they can also benefit from our funds where necessary. I will consult the office to the ministry of sports in Bungoma County for support so as to progress positively.” Added Makokha.

The geezer who also work at the office of His Excellency the Governor of Bungoma  County Mr. Ken Lusaka in the department of procurement, said that he has curtailed the cost  to snag a card from Ksh. 500 to the possible Ksh. 150 for all players.

“This will enable the respective clubs to benefit hugely if the entire player joins the top ranked clubs.” He said.

I am waiting for the Federation president, Mr. Nick Mwendwa to return from Zurich after which he will call us to converse about our on board strategies” Said Makokha.

According to Makokha, the elected-in national office will fight corruption and make sure that money is distributed fairly to the grassroots.