The former international was elected as the club’s chairman two months ago after garnering a total of 456 votes ahead of his main challenger lawyer Ben Musundi who managed only 165 votes.
Shikanda admits the team is in the process of re-building and soon they will be a force to reckon with both domestically and abroad.
“Building a team is a process, and we have time to do so; we want to make [AFC] Leopards a giant and within the next five years, we have a target of winning either the Champions League or Confederation Cup," Shikanda told Goal on Tuesday.
“It is not going to be easy, it will be a bumpy ride, a difficult and tough journey, but we are determined to make it happen. We have a quality team and we want to stabilize it within a specific time. As Leopards management, we are confident it will happen.”
The first hurdle for coach Casa Mbungo will be to win the FKF Shield Cup and help Ingwe to a top three finish in the 2019/20 season.
The last time Ingwe won the Kenyan Premier League (KPL) was back in 1998.