Kioni retains seat, Sirma, Makokha ousted as KVF hold elections
Waithaka Kioni has been re elected as the Kenya Volleyball Federation President following the national elections held During the Annual General Meeting held in Nairobi.
Photo: Newly elected KVF President Waithaka Kioni
Waithaka Kioni has been re-elected as the Kenya Volleyball Federation boss following national elections held on Saturday n Nairobi during the Federation’s Annual General Meeting.
Kioni who was overwhelmingly voted in with 68 votes against Martin Ochieng’s 26 votes will be deputised by Charles Naybei as first Vice Chairman and Kenya Prisons team manager David Kilundo as he second Vice Chairman.
Nyaberi ousted Martin Makokha after garnering 66 votes against Makokha’s 30 votes while David Kilundo edged out Kipkemoi Sirma in one of the hotly contested posts. Kilundo beat Sirma by four votes having managed 40 votes against Sirma’s 36.
The polls also saw the return of Nairobi’s Moses Mbuthia who was given the responsibility of becoming the new assistant Treasurer to support Kenneth Tonui.
Former Kenya international and national junior team head coach Catherine Mabwi successfully defended her deputy Secretary General seat with 74 votes against Samuel Gacharira 21 while Ismail Chege also retained his seat as Organizing Secretary.
FULL LIST OF ELECTED OFFICIALS
President: Waithaka Kioni
First vice-chairman: Charles Nyaberi
Second vice-chairman: David Kilundo
Vice-chairperson (gender): Mududa Waweru
Secretary general: Ben Juma
Secretary: Ismail Chege
Deputy secretary general: Catherine Mabwi
Deputy organising secretary: John Oronje
Treasurer: Kenneth Tonui
Assistant Treasurer: Moses Mbuthia
Committee members: Joseph Kosgei, Alfred Chedotum, Emily Mbotela