- The election granted Patrick Korir of Nairobi City Stars as the vice-chairman and Bidco United official Geofrey Misango retained his seat as the council’s secretary.
The chairman of Nairobi Stima, Johnstone Sakwa is the newly elected chairman of the National Super League during the first meeting of the governing council. The meeting’s top agenda was the election of the officials.
The boss of the Nairobi City Stars, Patrick Korir is going to serve as the vice-chairman as Geoffrey Misango who is the official of Bidco United maintained his docket of Council’s Secretary. His assistant will be Daniel Magara of Kibera Black Stars.
“We had a fruitful consultative meeting for NSL clubs with the main agenda being elections of the new office bearers. We have also had discussions on how to improve our league, and make it better to attract even more partnerships,” said NSL Governing Council vice-chairman Korir.
Consequently, the council members put in place the marketing committee which is to be chaired by Ushuru FC CEO Stephen Mathenge who will be in charge of sourcing funding for the league.
The governing council commended the federation involvement of Betika who is the official league’s partner. The council also asked other interested partners to come in.
“I must thank the federation for finding us the partner. We have had discussions on how we can find even more partnerships because the quality in our product is there for all to see,” said NSL Governing Council assistant secretary, Daniel Magara.
In a nutshell, the new governing council is expected to uplift the National Super league clubs in terms of management of league affairs. The elected leaders look promising although, some of them are re-elected. We hope football at the National Super League is going to develop.