What you need to know:
- The only new person to gain entry to the executive is Barnaba Korir from Athletics Kenya, who was elected as one of the three Executive Committee members
- Both Shadrack Maluki and Waithaka Kioni retained their positions as First and Second Deputy Presidents respectively
- Francis Mutuku was elected as the new Secretary General after he floored his fiercest rival Andrew Mudibo in a landslide victory
As expected, legendary former distance runner Paul Tergat has been elected unopposed as the National Olympic Committee of Kenya (NOC-K) President.
The elections that were presided over by Centre for Corporate Governance Chief executive officer Joshua Okumbe, saw virtually all the incumbents keep their seats.
The only new person to gain entry to the executive is Barnaba Korir from Athletics Kenya, who was elected as one of the three Executive Committee members.
Both Shadrack Maluki and Waithaka Kioni retained their positions as First and Second Deputy Presidents respectively.
Maluki, the Kenya Judo Federation President, garnered 17 votes to beat John Kilonzo from Kenya Rugby Union (KRU) and Kenya Hockey Union chairman Nashon Randiek, who got five and four votes respectively.
Kioni, the Kenya Volleyball Federation President, amassed 22 votes to easily beat legendary distance runner Tegla Loroupe, who got five votes.
Francis Mutuku was elected as the new Secretary General after he floored his fiercest rival Andrew Mudibo in a landslide victory.
Mutuku, who was the outgoing Deputy Secretary General, polled 18 votes against Mudibo’s five while the outgoing Secretary General Francis Paul got one vote.
Anthony Kariuki retained his position as treasurer after claiming a landslide victory against Moses Mbuthia. Kariuki got 20 votes against Mbuthia’s seven.
John Ogolla was elected as the new deputy treasurer beating Agnes Oluoch by 22 to five votes.
Also elected unopposed were Athletes Representatives Humphrey Kayange (Male) and Hellen Obiri (Female).
Paul Otula, Barnaba Korir and Winnie Kamau polled 22, 16 and 14 votes respectively to be elected as Executive Committee members. Notably, Otula and Kamau retained their positions.
Those who fell by the wayside were Benjamin Musa 10, Charles Mose 7, Suleiman Sumba 6 and June Waweru 5.
Paurvi Rawal retained her position as Women’s Representative after getting 14 votes, beating Mududa Waweru, who collected 11.
Paul Tergat (Unopposed)
First Deputy President
Shadrack Maluki (18)
John Kilonzo (5)
Nashon Randiekn (4)
Second Deputy President
Waithaka Kioni (22)
Tegla Loroupe (5)
Francis Mutuku (18)
Andrew Mudibo (5)
Francis Paul (2)
Deputy Secretary General
Mohamed Shoaib (18)
James Chacha (1)
Francis Karugu (8)
Anthony Kariuki (20)
Moses Mbuthia (7)
John Ogolla (22)
Agnes Oluoch (5)
Executive Committee member
Paul Otula (22)
Barnaba Korir (16)
Winnie Kamau (14)
Benjamin Musa (10)
Charles Mose (7)
Suleiman Sumba (6)
June Waweru (5)
Paurvi Rawal (14)
Mududa Waweru (11)
Humphrey Kayange (Unopposed)
Hellen Obiri (Unopposed)