- Willy Ombisi - Director KRFU but very much the number 2 in command at Impala RFC
- Innocent Moturi - Director KRFU and a core member of KCB FC management
- Edward Rombo - Director KRFU and head coach Mwamba RFC
- Auka Gecheo - General Manager KRFU and senior management Nondescripts RFC
- Fred Ollows - Development Officer and Director of Rugby Impala RFC
- Eric Situma - Mini Rugby Co-ordinator and Coach Homeboyz
- Michael Mwanja - KRFU administrator and Mwamba management
- Judy - KRFU Secretary with no club as Ulinzi was disbanded
Thursday, November 18, 2010
Its a free for all at KRFU
This post has been sent by one who considers him/herself a 'Friend of Rugby' now based in the USA. The views and opinions which belong to the writer are thus shared on this forum.
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If the KRFU Board and its employees took time to actually read and comprehend the above statement then some of them and that being a marjority would have been shown the boot a long time ago. The free for all culture seems to have embedded itself in the KRFU administrative organ thus threatening to actually bring done many years of hard work and individual sacrifice that saw the establishing of the secretariat at the RFUEA grounds in the early 90's.
Shooting straight to the point it now seems those charged with running the national office have continued to grow strong club affiliations rather than shed them off for a more holistic outlook. By this I candidly look at the conduct or rugby leanings of a few within the organisation. The list is compiled with the help of a few friends back home.
This brief synopsis really paints a not so rosy picture of the goings on at the KRFU. Key things not being observed are:
I do hope the leadership of the KRFU will wake up and reconstruct the vision which we first set out to do achieve way back in the early 90's.
If not then to quote Chinua Achebe's famous words - "We are no longer at ease."
Posted by The Real KRFU at 23:03