Confederation of African Football (CAF) president Ahmad Ahmad has welcomed Nick Mwendwa’s re-election as FKF President.

In the national elections held on Saturday, October 17, 2020, Mwendwa garnered 77 votes out of a possible 87, to retain his seat, flanked by deputy president Doris Petra.

“On behalf of the Executive Committee of CAF and personally, I wish you every success in your endeavors,” read part of the letter sent to president Mwendwa, signed by CAF president Ahmad Ahmad.

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He went on to laud president Mwendwa for the good work he has done in his previous term that has helped in building his rapport with his fellow counterparts earning him another term.

“This second term, which you obtained by an impressive majority, is the demonstration that your entire term has been appreciated and strongly supported,” he stated in the letter.

“I encourage you on this path to success which reflects the prestigious ambition of the Kenyan nation which has made the sport a national priority,” read the letter in part.

President Nick Mwendwa stands resilient in continuing  to carry out his mandate to improve the level of play in Kenyan football during his second term

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