Football Kenya Federation is currently in the hands of a leader who has the mental capacity to manage football.
FKF Makueni Branch Chairman Samuel Mwongela said he had faith in Mwendwa’s ability to guide Kenyan football in the right direction based on what he had achieved so far since taking over the reigns of leadership four years ago.
He commended the current office for raising the standards of football over the last four years.
“The Federation needs, in my opinion, a leader with the mental capability to manage it efficiently,” said Mwongela.
They have also brought in sponsors for the FKF National Super League and grass-root football which has supported football teams with in-kind provisions of jerseys, financial support, kits, balls, nets and other sports equipment.
The current regime actualized the inconceivable concept of having a national junior team and developed the National Center of Excellence which harbors the team and helps nurture the young players who will then be pooled to Harambee Stars, the National Senior team.
Samuel Mwongela shares his feelings on being a leader of the Football Kenya Federation.
He goes on to applaud FKF President, Nick Mwendwa for his outstanding work over the last four years.
“Over the past four years, President Nick Mwendwa has achieved so much for football in Kenya and will continue to raise the bar in football in Kenya if handed a second term,” continued Mwongela.