NSL Clubs hold Governing Council Meeting, elect new officials
Betika National Super League clubs have on Wednesday, February 5, 2020, held their first Governing Council Meeting of the year, the main agenda being the election of new council officials.
Nairobi Stima chairman Johnstone Sakwa was elected Chairman, with Nairobi City Stars chairman Patrick Korir set to serve as the Vice-Chairman.
Bidco United secretary Geoffrey Misango maintained his position as the Council Secretary and will be assisted by Kibera Black Stars’ Daniel Magara.
“We had a fruitful consultative meeting for NSL clubs, the main agenda being elections for the new office bearers. We have also had discussions on how to improve our league, and make it better to attract even more partnerships,” said NSL Governing Council Vice Chairman Patrick Korir.
The members also put in place a Marketing Committee, to be chaired by Ushuru FC CEO Stephen Mathenge, and whose mandate shall be to source for funding for the league.
They, in the meantime, lauded the Federation for bringing Betika, the league’s official partner, on board and called for even more partners to come in.
“I must thank the Federation for finding us the partner. We have had discussions on how we can find even more partnerships because the quality in our product is there for all to see,” said NSL Governing Council Assistant Secretary Daniel Magara.
Nine matches will be played this weekend, with promotion chase taking shape.