- Nick Mwendwa retains his position as FKF president after flooring four other candidates.
- Mwendwa garnered 77 votes out of the possible 85 votes.
- In his second term, he has prioritized World Cup qualification and the growth of grass-root football.
Incumbent Football Kenya Federation (FKF) president Nick Mwendwa coasted to an easy victory flooring four other candidates to secure another four-year term at the helm of Kenyan football.
Mwendwa and his deputy Doris Petra garnered 77 votes out of a possible 85 in the quadrennial event.
Immediate former Gor Mahia Chief Executive Officer Lordvick Aduda came in a distant second with five votes, former FKF Deputy Chief Executive Officer got three as sports journalist Boniface Osano and former AFC Leopards chairman Dan Mule walked away with zero votes each.
Mwendwa replaced Sam Nyamweya at the FKF presidency in 2016 has prioritized World Cup qualification and growth of grass root football in his second term.
John Andere edged his sole rival Laban Jobita to clinch the Nyanza National Executive Committee seat, incumbent Michael Ouma flooring Tom Alila and Macharia Wambugu to retain the Nairobi NEC seat.
Bernard Korir triumphed in the Upper Rift race as Ahmed Qadar Mohammed clinched the North Eastern National Executive Committee slot.
Gabriel Mghendi, Davis Chege, Tony Kweya and David Bunei elected unopposed will represent Coast, Central, Western and Lower Rift regions respectively.
Margaret Anyango saw off stiff competition from Violet Momanyi to clinch the Women Representative seat.
Anyango garnered 43 votes, one more than Momanyi as immediate former Gor Mahia treasurer Sally Bollo got zero.