The current regime has involved football administrators in a series of consultative meetings where they partake in discussions that allows them to chip in their views on matters affecting football in the country.”
The current FKF regime has been organizing relevant training forums for football administrators in the country to enable them access more knowledge in running the game effectively.
FKF Nairobi West Branch Chairman Bashir Hussein says that there was a lot in store for football administrators to take from the frequent consultative meetings and education forums organized by the federation where they could use the knowledge they acquire to raise the standards of the game in the country.
“Nowadays we are having a series of consultative meetings, before and after the AGM, we deliberate on issues, we are invited to forums and offered training,” said Hussein.
Freedom of Expression
Hussein further said that administrators had now been given sufficient space to weigh in on pertinent issues during plenary deliberations.
“The current regime has involved football administrators in a series of consultative meetings where they partake in discussions that allows them to chip in their views on matters affecting football in the country.”
This, he said, had led to close ties between the national office and the branches unlike in the past when sessions were only called to address the vested interests of top office bearers.
“We appreciate the current Federation for allowing us to chip in our views on matters affecting footbal in the country through a series of consultative meetings and deliberations with the National office,”said Bashir Hussein.
He said that Mwendwa had introduced an atmosphere of openness where people were treated equally.
“Unlike before, we now have the most open Federation under Nick Mwendwa and as branch leaders, we have been given a chance to be heard,”continued Bashir Hussein.