- As the duel for the Football Kenya Federation (FKF) top seat closes, the immediate former AFC Leopards chairman Dan Mule has joint the race becoming the latest to announce his interest in the top seat race.
The administrator has folded his sleeve to add on the growing list of presidential aspirants in the forthcoming elections. He has borrowed the current covid19 situation to boldly state that he is the right man to sanitize the Kenyan Football.
“I will vie for the FKF presidential seat in the forthcoming election,” Mule said.
“Football is not doing well in the country owing to regular fights, and it is something I want to change. I want to sanitize the game and make peace with everyone for players and the country at large to benefit,” he stated.
He exuded confidence in changing the reputation of the game in the country in a bid to develop it. The administrator continued to state that he wants to streamline the top-tier whose quality has been deteriorating with players opting to join other well-paying leagues in the continent.
“Look at the Zambian top-tier, Tanzania and Uganda as well, they are improving day in, day out,” Mule added.
“Our players are not enjoying playing in the Kenyan Premier League (KPL) because of financial problems. In the 2019/20 season, we saw several walk-overs given out by several teams; it is something we want to amend,” the successful businessman joins the continued.
He pointed out that the Ugandan Premier League has grown, producing players regularly to Europe. Something he said he wants to ensure it happens in the KPL, “I want to streamline it,”
He also said that he has no problem with his competitors that includes incumbent Nick Mwendwa, former president Sam Nyamweya, Nicholas Musonye, Omondi Aduda, Twaha Mbarak, Herbert Mwachiro, and Sammy Sholei.
“I have no problem with them, everyone has his plans, so we will present the same to delegates and whoever brings the best should be considered, and I believe my vision will convince them to vote for me,” he concluded.