Nick Mwendwa has retained his Football Kenya Federation presidential seat after elections that were conducted in Kasarani on Saturday.
Mwendwa got 77 votes to edge other contestants including renown journalist Boniface Osano who got zero votes.
Lordvick Aduda managed five votes, Herbert Mwachiro had three while Dan Mule received no vote.
These elections had earlier been canceled on two occasions by the Sports Disputes Tribunal.
Mwendwa will remain in office for more four years, a seat he assumed when he beat his predecessor Sam Nyamweya in 2016 elections.