A letter from the desk of Football Kenya Federation (FKF)
Chair Sam Nyamweya on Friday 11 May 2012
called off a Kenyan Premier League between AFC Leopards and Sony Sugar set for
Saturday 12 May 20 that was to kick off at 1500 hrs at the Nyayo National
received a letter
The letter, addressed to KPL CEO Jack Oguda and the Chairmen
of both Leopards and Sony Sugar, sited lack of proper security arrangements as
the main reason for the call off.
Sent after working hours, the letter was received by KPL CEO
on Saturday morning. And in solidarity, Oguda confirms that indeed the game is
- This morning I received a letter dated May 11th from
the FKF National Chairman (Sam Nyamweya) announcing the postponement of the KPL
match between AFC Leopards vs Sony Sugar this (Saturday 12 May 2012) afternoon, said a communique to Chairmen of both Leopards and Sony Sugar
to be provided
- Although KPL has always and will continue to respect the Laws of Kenya and
the legally binding decisions of the courts applying those laws and was assured
that proper hosting arrangements were made by the legally recognized officials
of AFC Leopards, I have officially postponed the match because of the increased
security risks as a result of the announcement.
The new date for the tie is yet to be provided.