In Summary
  • We know it’s not been easy but as they say, the end justifies the means.
  • There is no time to delve into issues about who voted or didn’t vote for you as this will count for nothing.
  • I just want to mention that the Nock elections were the most democratic exercise witnessed in the recent past.

Congratulations are in order for legendary athlete Paul Tergat and his team for being elected to lead National Olympic Committee of Kenya (Nock) for the next four years.

We know it’s not been easy but as they say, the end justifies the means. The journey has been long and torturous, dating back one year ago and along the way, we have all made enemies and friends in the same measure.

But as they say, in politics there are no permanent enemies and its now time to forget about our differences and serve Kenyans.

There is no time to delve into issues about who voted or didn’t vote for you as this will count for nothing. There is a lot backlog at Nock and the earlier the current office gets down to business, the better for all out us.

However, I just want to mention that the Nock elections were the most democratic exercise witnessed in the recent past.

We had three camps, and all of them got representation in the sports umbrella body. Those who didn’t make it, there is always next time plus this is not the end because you can still contribute to sports in one way or another. In essence, you do not need to be in Nock to serve sports.

For those in power, the Commonwealth Games are just around the corner and it is time to get down to business if they are to deliver results.

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