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Football Kenya Federation has suspended all the leagues in the country

Posta Rangers FC players reacts after loss to KCB FC during their Kenya Premier League match at Kenyatta stadium in Machakos on February 22, 2020. KCB FC won 3-1. Photo/Stafford Ondego

The Football Kenya Federation has suspended all the leagues in the country in the wake of the presidential address made on Friday, in which the Head of State, President Uhuru Kenyatta, suspended all sporting activities owing to the rising number of Covid-19 positive tests.

Football Kenya Federation has with immediate effect, suspended all FKF Leagues and competitions, which include but are not limited to the FKF-PL league, National Super League, FKF Division 1, FKF Division 2 leagues, all FKF women Leagues, all FKF branch, and grassroots leagues as well as all FKF national and grassroots tournaments, until further notice,

This is the second time the activities will cease from operating after a similar order was issued in March 2020 when the first cases of the coronavirus pandemic were recorded in Kenya.

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