After being re-elected as AFC Leopards Chairman for a second term, Dan Shikanda has pledged to help Ingwe have their own stadium.
Shikanda was re-elected for a second term on Sunday during the club elections held at the Moi International Sports Centre Kasarani, beating his only challenger Ronald Namai to retain the seat.
Shikanda has promised to have access to the land they awarded in 1992 by the late President Daniel Moi and believes Leopards will realise its dream of owning a stadium if the club faithful join hands and work together towards building their own stadium.
“As the office, I can assure you we managed to get land for the club. We are proud owners of 20 acres of land between the stadium here and the Goal Project. Very soon we shall be accessing that land, kindly let us join hands, let us share the pains if it’s painful, let us share our happiness, in good times,” he said.
The former Ingwe winger further stressed on improving club’s Welfare and Staff, who he echoed have given their best to the team.
“We want to start our journey as a unit and I’m glad to tell you that we have partners who have already started coming on board. I can assure you that our players and stewards have really given their best and going forward their welfare will be improved so much,” he added.