Acting president of the Kenya Federation of Swimming (KFS) has succumbed to complications related to the novel Corona virus infections.
The news has been confirmed by TV47 through their official social media accounts on Tuesday afternoon.
Very little details have been confirmed and we will keep you update as at when more details Emerge.
His death comes just few days after he had confirmed that the Kenya swimming federation elections would be held on 26th of this month. The elections experienced a series of postponement since last year due to unpreparedness and lack of a new constitution.
The late Kenya Swimming Federation interim chairman Patrick Muyah will be remembered for having exuded confidence that his organisation world conduct elections in the first quarter of the new year after temporal suspension by world governing body.
"I am confident the election will be held. We only have very minor details to work on before carrying on with the exercise and all the stakeholders will agree” said Muyah
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