The much publicised AFC Leopards elections were held on Sunday 17 June and claimed big scalps even as the top seat remained with chairman Alex Ole Magelo. Despite the outcome, one factor remained well imprinted in the contestants’ hearts – their love for the club.
Still a fan
Ousted secretary general Duncan Angode, who had vied to be elected to the post of deputy chairman insists the loss doesn’t mean he will stop supporting the team only that he will do that in a different capacity as they embark on the second half of the league.
He says he wishes the team all the best as they head to the rescheduled match against SoNy Sugar on Wednesday 20 June, maintaining that the team is well placed to win this year’s championship as has been the dream of everyone at the team all season.
Don’t change a thing
-The election results don’t change a thing as far as my allegiance to this great club is concerned. I am still a supporter of the club and will follow the team everywhere they play to support the players and everyone.
-In the SoNy game I just want to wish them all the best, I know three points will guarantee us a rise to the second place and everyone at this club still holds the dream of winning the title this year. I know we can do it now that we are through with the elections and wrangles are over; we should never let court cases disrupt the team that way ever again, he told futaa.com.
Angode lost in the elections to Walter Onyino.