Kenyan Premier League chairman James Musyoki has resigned from his position.
This is by default, having resigned from Tusker FC chairmanship, a post which put him at the helm of Kenyan Premier League Limited company.
“I have resigned from Tusker chairmanship and that affects KPL position too. It requires a lot of time to be the chairman of KPL and I have realized that it interferes with my my businesses, so I decided to leave the job.”
It comes at a time when KPL are in a hard tussle against Football Kenya Federation over league composition and Club Licensing rule. Goal understands Gor Mahia chairman Ambrose Rachier has been elevated to head KPL.