FKF Premier League to resume after President Kenyatta lifted the indefinite suspension of sporting activities in the country

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According to Goal Kenya the federation boss revealed the top-flight will now return to action in two weeks time

When the league was halted, Tusker were leading the table with 36 points from 16 matches, KCB were second on 30 points from 15 matches while AFC Leopards were third on 29 points from 14 matches.

But on Saturday while addressing the nation from State House during celebrations to mark Madaraka Day, President Kenyatta confirmed the suspension on sporting activities had been lifted but maintained action can only return under strict guidelines from both the Ministry of Health and Sports.

President Uhuru Kenyatta on Friday March 26, 2021 announced partial lockdown and instituted new curfew measures to start from 8pm to 4.00am, leading to the Football Kenya Federation suspending football activites in the country


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