The Kenyan Premier League Governing Council meeting in Nairobi on Wednesday has reaffirmed abiding to its principles and policies while castigating Football Kenya Federation for failing to honour agreements and respecting other sporting and judicial organisations.
The Governing Council also made the following resolutions:
(a) Agreed to support, and also enjoin KPL in, an immediate and urgent petition by Muhoroni Youth and Sofapaka against their irregular and dubious “relegation”;
(b) Adopted the fixtures for the 2017 season for the following 14 KPL teams which legitimately qualified
on sporting merit on the field in 2016: AFC Leopards, Bandari, Chemelil Sugar, Gor Mahia, Kakamega Homeboyz, Mathare United, Muhoroni Youth, Posta Rangers, Sofapaka, Sony Sugar, Thika United, Tusker, Ulinzi Stars and Western Stima and the two promoted NSL teams that qualified on merit Nzoia United and Kariobangi Sharks; These fixtures will be reviewed and amended if and when the league expands to 18-teams;
(c) Agreed to appeal to the relevant authorities and judicial bodies all previous and future FKF decisions which violate FIFA principles/regulations and the FKF-KPL Agreement.