In Summary
  • Five out of six Kenya Hockey Union (KHU) affiliates will hold their elections this weekend in various venues across the country. 
  • The branch elections will pave the way for national elections set for January 13 at Sikh Union in Nairobi.
  • The national elections were moved from December 16 to January 13 following advice from Centre for Sports Law which will oversee the exercise.

Five out of six Kenya Hockey Union (KHU) affiliates will hold their elections this weekend in various venues across the country. 

The branch elections will pave the way for national elections set for January 13 at Sikh Union in Nairobi.

The national elections were moved from December 16 to January 13 following advice from Centre for Sports Law which will oversee the exercise.

Only Coast region has held its elections, with Nairobi, Western, Nakuru, Central and Nyanza set to go to the polls this weekend.

The affiliates will elect officials who will hold office for the next four years as per the KHU constitution and 2013 Sports Act.

Observers have opined that the branch elections will give a clearer picture of candidates that will seek elective positions in the national polls. So far, incumbent Nashon Randiek is the only candidate for KHU chairmanship.

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