Lordvick Aduda has defended himself from his detractors that he also still in the race for the presidency of Football Kenya Federation (FKF).
The Gor Mahia CEO came out strongly to rubbish claims that he has resigned to vie for the post to oust incumbent Nick Mwendwa.
The veteran official claims that those are the work of his opponents who feel threatened by his candidature.
“Let us be truthful to ourselves, there have been improved changes by the current federation in how things are done compared to how they were done before. It is good to be honest sometimes,” said Aduda.
“Let them wait for elections, they will see for themselves. I am firmly in the race and will not back out even with their theatrics. I’m a strong candidate and that is why they are only curving out a small section of what I said,” he added.
Aduda served in the previous regime as FKF CEO led by Sam Nyamweya, who is also vying for his old job. He later joined Gor Mahia in 2014.
Apart from the trio, former FKF deputy CEO Herbert Mwachiro, former Cecafa Secretary General Nicholas Musonye and former Vihiga Governor Moses Akaranga are also in contention for the top post.