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The Kenya Footballers Welfare Association, generally referred to as KEFWA, is a sports union for football players. Its headquarters are in Nairobi, Kenya. KEFWA has Victor Wanyama and Denis Oliech as the honorary President and Vice President respectively.
KEFWA was formed in September 2011 in response to a perceived need to defend the rights of professional football players who at times are treated unfairly by employers (football clubs). The association's stated intent is to act on behalf of the players in contract disputes, non payment of salaries, underpayment of players and improper insurance cover.
Chairman : James Situma
Secretary General : Jerry Santos
Communications Manager : Terry Ouko
Head of Education and Training: Dan Makori
Recruitment and welfare Officer : Victor Ashinga
Software Engineer : Savio Wambugu
Cinematographer : Noah Okeyo
Photographer : Lenny Towett
Front Office Administrator : Rukia Yusuf
Media Liaison Officer : Paul Ombati
KEFWA is the exclusive collective national voice of footballers (male & female) in Kenya and is investing in a better and more sustainable future for both current and former footballers.
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