Kenya Rugby Union will hold its Annual General Meeting on Tuesday 6 September 2022 at RFUEA Grounds.
The Union announced on Monday that the AGM will be held physically at the Ngong Road-based facility starting 3:00 PM.
“Notice is hereby given that the Annual General Meeting of the Kenya Rugby Union shall be held on Tuesday 6th September 2022 at 3:00 pm,” KRU announced.
“The meeting will be held physically at the RFUEA grounds on Ngong Road,” the statement reads further.
Part of the agenda for the meeting includes; confirmation of the previous meeting held on 19 May 2021 and reception and consideration of the board’s 2022 report.
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During the meeting, the 2021 audited financial statements for the year 2021 will be received and considered for adoption, as will the appointment of auditors for the new year and the reception of the report on county offices set up and affiliate clubs and counties in line with the sports act.
Elections for two directors, vice-chairman, treasurer and secretary will also be conducted on the day.
The much-anticipated KRU elections, which were set for March 2022 had to be postponed due to non-compliance with the Sports Act.
The Sports Registrar stated that the polls could not be held since just two affiliates out of 55, Administration Police Warriors and KCB RFC, conformed with the Sports Act, causing the KRU Board to postpone the elections by two months.
There were just four seats to be contested: Vice Chairperson (Peris Mukoko vs. Moses Ndale), Secretary (Ian Mugambi vs. Dr. Ochieng Ahaya), Treasurer (Dr. Joshua Aroni)
Charles Chege, Hillary Itela, and Oscar Mango are interested in the position of Director.