SHIKANDA TAKES SECOND STAB

All set for AFC Leopards polls on Sunday

According to a set of guidelines issued by CMD, the elections will take place at the Moi Stadium, Kasarani indoor arena with voting commencing at 8am and closing at 1pm.

In Summary

•Dan Shikanda will flex musles with Ronald Namai as he takes a stab for a second consecutive term.

•The secretary-general position is the most competitive having attracted three candidates. They are Robert Situma Khalama, Tonny Otongolo Omusina, and Andugu Akhalakwa Gilbert.

AFC Leopards chairman Dan Shikanda.
AFC Leopards chairman Dan Shikanda.
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The Centre for Multiparty Democracy Kenya (CMD-K) has set the stage for the election of new AFC Leopards office bearers on Sunday. 

According to a set of guidelines issued by CMD, the elections will take place at the Moi Stadium, Kasarani indoor arena with voting commencing at 8am and closing at 1 pm. 

No one will be locked out as long as he or  she has the identification documents.

“The presiding officer however has the liberty to extend the voting period for not more than 1 hour or call the voting to a close before the above stipulated time for a good course to be recorded,” According to the CMD guiidelines.

 “Voters are encouraged to carry their original National Identification Cards and/or Valid Passport. (A voter shall present their national identity card or a valid passport to an elections official before being allowed to vote.”

CMD said only accredited agents and observers will be allowed within the polling centres.

“Candidates are encouraged to adhere to the AFC Leopards Code of Conduct. Voters and supporters are discouraged from wearing their candidates branded merchandise i.e (Caps and T-Shirts with aspirants’ names/photos) to the polling area.

Two contestants have offered to vie for the post of chairman and three for the secretary general. Dan Shikanda will flex muscles with Ronald Namai as he takes a stab for a second consecutive term.

The secretary-general position is the most competitive having attracted three candidates. They are Robert Situma Khalama, Tonny Otongolo Omusina, and Andugu Akhalakwa Gilbert.

Oliver Napali is bound to romp into the treasurer's office unopposed given he is the only one who has expressed interest in the position thus far.