•Ombui served as director of national squads and elite performance between April 2014 to May 2015 before taking over as secretary of the union a year later.
•The race for secretary will be between incumbent Ian Mugambi and Ray Olendo while Joshua Aroni looks set to go unopposed as treasurer for third consecutive time.
Ombui Ratemo will face off with incumbent Moses Ndale for the Kenya Rugby Union vice chair position in the elections slated for March 24.
Ombui served as director of national squads and elite performance between April 2014 to May 2015 before taking over as secretary of the union a year later.
The race for secretary will be between incumbent Ian Mugambi and Ray Olendo while Joshua Aroni looks set to go unopposed as treasurer for the third consecutive time.
The race for directors has attracted the incumbent Peris Mukoko, Oscar Mango, Leslie Mwangale, former international Ken Thimba and Embu RFC chairman Moses Mukabane with the first three directors garnering the most votes being elected.
The race for the chairman seat has attracted former vice chairman Sasha Mutai and Joe Onsando in a two-horse race.
The winner is expected to take over from Oduor Gangla who has opted not to seek re-election after a four-year term.
The elections come after the Sport Dispute Tribunal in February nullified the election of directors held last September, citing massive irregularities
SDT indicated that the election of Joshua Aroni as the treasurer, Ian Mugambi as secretary general and Oscar Mango as a director were null and void.
SDT reprimanded Sports Registrar Rose Wasike for interfering with the elections, adding that the elections fell short of the notice.
The elections will use the eligibility criteria as set out in the KRU Constitution although SDT noted that the KRU document is inconsistent with the Constitution, Sports Act, and Registrar’s Regulations.
Elsewhere, the Enterprise and Mwamba Cup tournaments which were due to kick off on Saturday have been postponed to next weekend to allow players from clubs to attend the Kenya Simbas trials over the weekend at the RFUEA ground.
Over 100 players from top Kenya Cup sides are expected to attend the two-day event to pick a team that will represent the country in the Currie Cup next month.