Kenya Sports tribunal is set to hear and determine a case pitting Kenya Swimming Federation (KFS) officials and its transition advisory committee Tuesday.
The case was filed by KSF officials in collaboration with the Nairobi Swimming Association after accusing its transition advisory committee of interfering with its constitution.
After a series of meetings organized by Kenya Swimming Federation, KSF officials and members of the Nairobi Swimming Association to discuss matters of constitution amendment.
The Transition advisory committee disagreed with federation officials about amending some clauses of their constitution.
One of the constitution clauses that the members disagreed on is the elections clause which states that regular free and fair elections should be held after every four years.
However, KSF had given a go ahead to all its officials in other branches outside Nairobi to conduct their elections but the transition advisory committee said the elections cannot be held until the constitution is fully amended.
KSF’s constitution stipulates that the elections should be conducted in June 2018.