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Gor to hold annual meeting



Kenyan Premier League side Gor Mahia have booked Sunday 27 January for their Annual General Meeting (AGM).

However, unlike with other clubs in the league, the AGM will not be the function for the club’s elections.

Instead, according to the club’s Secretary General George Bwana, the meeting will be used to assess the progress made so far as well as to chart the path to new frontiers.

“We would like to call on all club branch officials for the AGM to be held at the City Stadium on Sunday starting 10am,” said Bwana.

“The primary agenda for the meeting will be the presentation of the past-year’s financial books to the members of the club, so that they know where we are at the moment and where we are headed.

“We shall also discuss other club issues, which are directly related to our performance in 2012 and our projected achievements in 2013. It should be clear to all attending members that the club’s constitution requires that elections are held every two years, with the next poll being set for November 2013.”

Gor Mahia completed the 2012 season ranked second in the Premier League. They also managed to bag the other two titles available for the year.



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