The announcement comes amid a fallout in Kenyan football that has seen the Ministry of Sports oust FKF President Nick Mwendwa over alleged corruption and form a caretaker committee to steer Kenyan football for a six-month period.
Mwendwa was arrested in dramatic fashion on November 12 while paying a visit to Harambee Stars players who were in camp only to be taken to DCI headquarters on Kiambu Road to be questioned.
“We can take the KPL model which was working very well. A committee made by the club’s chairmen should be the one running the league and it should include the referees’ body. It will help bring to an end poor officiating which is a big problem in the league,” argued Shikanda.
Formation of the committee was among recommendations contained in an inspection report by the Registrar of Sports who had appointed a team to probe the Football Kenya Federation (FKF). The inspection was ordered by the Cabinet Secretary on October 14 amid claims of fraud, embezzlement and mismanagement at FKF which is led by Nick Mwendwa.
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