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Former club players on Tuesday confirmed to Goal.com that they had united the warring factions for the sake of peace and tranquility in the club

Kenya Premier League (KPL) side AFC Leopards has made first step towards ending wrangles that had threatened to tear the club apart.

Former club players on Tuesday announced that they have united the warring factions for the sake of peace and tranquility in the club.

The former greats led by Joe Kadenge,Tony Lidondwe, George Sunguti and Wafula Wa Musamia said that the Alex Ole Magelo led team and the Mathew Opwora faction have agreed to a ceasefire and will now work together for the growth of the club.

Other resolutions made by the two factions according to Wa Musamia include withdrawing all courts cases that had been lodged by either of the group.

“We have managed to bring the two factions together and they have agreed to work in harmony by signing a binding agreement," Wa Musamia told Goal.com at City Stadium.

Besides it was agreed that the club’s elections be moved forward to December this year from June as had earlier been anticipated.

“We will not have elections in June as had been planned. The polls have been moved forward to December this year so as not to interfere with the club’s campaign in the league.”

Also present at the meeting was FKF head of technical committee Elly Mukolwe who represented the federation.

When reached for comment club secretary general Winstone Kituyi confirmed the developments. “We are open to any idea… of us working together and welcome any resolutions that will see an end to the wrangles. We want to bring everybody on board including all the stakeholders.”

 

 

 

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