- Gor Mahia’s management committee has dimmed some of the club’s management posts as surplus and is planning to do away with most of the official positions in the upcoming elections scheduled for August 8th.
The club’s Chairman Ambrose Rachier chaired the virtual Executive Committee meeting held on Tuesday. The main agendas entailed picking the election dates and clarification of election posts. They agreed on slashing the elective posts from eleven to only four.
“Following the club’s virtual Executive Committee meeting today it has been decided that the club’s elections will take place on August 8, 2020. An Electoral Board will be put in place to oversee the polls, which will be conducted under the new constitution,” read the minutes from the meeting.
Gor Mahia’s committee updated the four posts that will be open for the contest by interested individuals in the election will be: Chairman post, Treasurer, Secretary-General and Organising Secretary.
The committee agreed to do away with the CEO post which is currently occupied by the vibrant boss Lordvick Aduda, will be eliminated during the August elections. The elected secretary-general will henceforth act as club CEO
The Senior Vice Chairman, First Vice-Chairman, Second Vice-Chairman, Deputy Secretary-General, Assistant Deputy Secretary-General, Assistant Treasurer and, Assistant Organising Secretary post will also be done away with.
Rachier has been in office since 2009 has not made his intentions to defend the top seat clear. The Kenya Premier League Champions officials’ four-year mandate expired in 2018.
Fans are urged to register as members in large numbers to be able to participate in ushering in the new regime. The membership is activated once a fan pays the member registration fee which is currently 1200 per year which is affordable for the die-hard fans.