Renown Kenyan journalist Boniface Osano has opened up on joining the race for Football Kenya Federation (FKF) top seat.
The former Agro chemical Secretary made the revelations to sports monthly magazine about his new venture.
“Kenyan football needs a fresh breath of air, Most of the people offering themselves for the top job have been tested and failed, its time for people with fresh minds to take on,” Osano said.
“I intend to make FKF self sustaining in four years. The plan is to see the Federation can run its program independently like SAFA and to achieve this good governance and accountability will be key to attract more partners.”
The African football writer has also pledged to incorporate Kenyan Secondary Schools Sports Association with in FKF.
“Secondary schools have played a vital role in nurturing talents and I want to work with them closely, I want to facilitate training of teachers who are involved in coaching to a minimum of CAF C badge,” Osano added.
He further commented that his short term plan is to take the Harambee Stars and Starlets to the next Nations Cup and ensure players welfare is prioritised as well as league development.
Osano is expected to tussle it out with incumbent Nick Mwendwa, former CECAFA General secretary Nicholas Musonye among others.