Cricket Kenya has formed two committees that will be responsible for putting the house in order before the next elections are held in March this year.
The two committees will be responsible for the smooth running of the federation that has had endless upheavals in the recent past.
Following the Sports Tribunal’s directive in December that the federation have their elections in 90 days, members formed the two committees that must come up with a draft constitution by next month, look into financial matters and ensure the putting in place of proper structures for the development of the game from the grassroot.
Among the members in those committees are Pascal Mbeche, Charles Nyaberi and Omole Asiko.
Cricket Kenya has been marred by leadership chaos in recent past which has contributed to the plight of players, forcing delays in wages and allowances.