Gormahia chief executive officer Lordvik Aduda has bashed out on the current football federation.
Speaking to Ruben FM on Friday afternoon, Aduda was an unhappy man.
“The current situation in Kenyan football is on a downward trend, there is a substantive difference between management and development of football.” He lamented with anger.
Aduda, an FKF presidential aspirant is also a seasoned football politician, though he has never made the top seat.
Among other contestants who want to do away with Nick Mwendwa’s current leadership, Aduda wants to stand out. He has emphasized on the need for fairness and equality.
“Football development is not spread equally across the country, the current federation makes us think that they have done enough but there is very little that has been done in terms of development of football especially in marginalized areas,” he went ahead and added that the current FKF administration has only concentrated in urban centers for political reasons and not for football development reasons.
The Gormahia CEO now promises to make football better for all Kenyans. According to him, Mwendwa’s administration is biased in their style of leadership. This is something that trickles down to the grassroots level hence hurting the bigger picture of Kenyan football at large.
FKF elections have been cancelled and currently there is an ongoing case between the federation, Sports disputes tribunal and other football stake holders in the country.
The battle for leadership looks ripe with also former boss Sam Nyamweya, Seif Mutie, Herbert Mwachiro, Bonface Osano, Sammy Shollei and Nicholas Musonye among those who want FKF’s top seat.
Aduda’s promise is however not enough to the ailing football scenario in the country as the game itself needs an urgent cure starting with the local leagues all the way to the national teams.
All eyes are now on the aspirants, as pundits try to differentiate between the talkers and the doers.
By Shadrack Andenga Odinga