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New supremo by April

NAIROBI, Kenya, March 8 – Cricket Kenya (CK) will have a new CEO by the end of the month.CK chairman Samir Inamdar told Capital Sport that the International Cricket Council (ICC) rules state that the post should be filled within 90 days of the departure of the last occupant if a country is to get support from the sport’s governing body.

“The position has to be filled as quickly as possible if we are to receive funding from the ICC to carry out our activities,” said Inamdar.

“At the moment we have received 65 entries from all over the world and are currently coming up with a shortlist of the potential candidates,” he added.

Inamdar stated that the process of short listing the candidates will take another week before they come up with individuals capable of replacing Tom Tikolo.

CK has been without a chief executive following the resignation of Tikolo in December  following allegations that he failed to declare funds he received form the ICC during an under-15 tournament in the West Indies two years ago.

Tikolo claimed that he had misplaced the money and was scared to report it fearing the wrath of CK.

The revelation came as a big blow to the four year old organization that was formed to forge a new beginning for Kenyan cricket and deviate away from the troubles that bedeviled its predecessor the Kenya Cricket Association (KCA).

Inamdar said that the new CEO will be responsible for formulating the way the body will be run.

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“Once the chief executive is in place, he will make further appointments and build his team from the ground up and then carry on from there,” said Inamdar.

 

 

 

 

2 Comments

2 Comments

  1. Odiero Simuuth Mkan

    July 3, 2012 at 5:53 am

    Nice show last year but i had issue with the diagnostics which to me was bordering on fake for luck of a better word,case in point their diagnosis on my car(impreza) was that all my sensors were dysfunctional while even some of the sensors they mentioned do not even exist in my car, secondly it didn’t even detect the transmission problem i was experiencing at that time.
    I had to seek a second opinion (diagnostics included) on comparison we started out by having a good laugh,the rest is history.
    My request is kindly have serious professionals do the diagnostics till the end of show/promotion,maybe they were exhausted by the time they were having a look at mine.
    Looking forward to a more improved show this time with enough time to have a serious and comprehensive diagnostics.

    • mkenya

      July 20, 2012 at 5:24 pm

      Hi, just wondering where did you have the diagnostics done, been having issues wit my impreza. Kindly hola at a brother i need to get it fixed owise i’m dumping the brand for good and back to the kenya uniform toyotas 🙁

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