MOPA in the News

Strathmore University Website, August 1, 2011 - When SU hosted football debate

The University on Friday 29th July 2011 hosted in the auditorium a forum attended by four contenders for the post of the Chairman of Kenya Football Association (KFA), the body that will run football in Kenya after the August 13 elections . The aspirants fielded questions from football stakeholders.

Michezo Afrika Website - Is she the MESSIAH of Kenyan football?

She is the only woman who has braved the heat associated with the gunning for the top post in the management of Kenyan football after announcing her aspiration to vie for the post of chairperson in the forthcoming football elections. Elizabeth Shako is ready to give men a run for their money in what has been traditionally viewed as a "men only affair". She believes in her capabilities and is ready to offer stiff competition to what she terms as “same old type of soccer leaders” in the race.

Nairobi Star Website - How they will go about the football business

KENYA FOOTBALL POLLS>> Chairmanship candidates agree at first public debate that grassroot development of football is key to improving Kenyan standards

Kenya Premier League Website - Ambrose Rachier’s campaign climaxes with launch of onslaught on Saturday

GOR Mahia chairman Ambrose Rachier will run in the August 13 elections for the man to head the national football association, with a call to leaders of all Kenyan clubs, down to the villages, to pick someone who knows the plight of clubs and players.

MichezoAfrika Website, July 28 2011 - Grand debate for football election candidates

The Movement for Political Accountability (MOPA) will on Friday morning host a thrilling debate that will parade all the aspiring candidates gunning for the top management seats in the forthcoming football elections.

FUTAA.COM, July 28 2011 - MOPA & AfriCOG Turns Focus on Elections

Movement for Political Accountability (MOPA) and the Africa Centre for Open Governance (AfriCOG), a citizens’ oriented social movement comprising organizations committed to empowering Kenyans to hold public leaders accountable is taking a keen interest in the forthcoming football elections.

Capital FM Sports - Rachier rolls off FK chair campaign

NAIROBI, Kenya, July 27- Football Kenya (FK) chairmanship aspirant and Gor Mahia FC chairman, Ambrose Rachier on Tuesday called on leaders from the clubs electorate to vote the candidate most conversant with the plight of players for the top post.