The electoral board cleared six candidates to contest for the top post but the battle has been narrowed down to three candidates.
This follows an interpretation on deliberations when agenda 18 – matter of elections was debated during the Annual General Meeting (AGM) held on Friday 28 August at a Hotel in Nairobi, Kenya
Kariobangi Sharks chairman Nick Mwendwa, Gor Mahia chairman Ambrose Rachier and the incumbent Sam Nyamweya are considered serious contenders for the position.
77 delegates from all counties are expected to cast their votes for ten elective positions that include the chairman, deputy chairman as well as National Executive Committee (NEC)members.
Sports Cabinet Secretary Hassan Wario, Principal Secretary Richard Ekai and Fifa head of member associations, Primo Carvaro are expected to be among the dignitaries at the event.
Fifa through Carvaro has been watchful of the FKF elections.