Legitimate members of East Africa most successful club Gor Mahia held a consultative meeting to discuss proposals that they will table before the EC and be part of the agenda in the much anticipated SDC in March this year .
The proposals were on accountability, constitution amendment, discipline, Professionalism, e- ticketing and Sale of players and Merchandize.
The meeting also went on to petition the Clubs Executive headed by the Chairman on several issues.
The club members in their meeting petitioned the executive on six issues relating to lack of transparency and poor communication, bloated Executive Committee, Lack of discipline and professionalism among Executive members, poorly organized membership drive, ticketing process and lack of zeal to raise funds for the club.
The Petition signed by by 31 members who attended the meeting called on the Chairman Ambrose Rachier to urgently appoint or nominate a Media liaison officer as the official spokesman of the club ,initiate the process of reviewing the constitution, strengthen the secretariet,instill discipline among players ,Executives, members and fans and form committees to look into alternative ways of getting revenue .
The Officials of the membership later on met Club Chairman Ambrose Rachier over the issues raised in the petition with the Chairman admitting that his efforts to bring desired change in Gor Mahia has faced resistance more so on the constitutional amendments .
“I have met a lot of resistance from my EC on my efforts to review the constitution. I can also say that Gor Mahia Football Cllub was registered as a limited company in 1994 when Leslie Okudo was the Chairman together with three other Directors in Stanely Ngugi,Basil Oloo and Fred Mwango where he noted that they could revive it or register a new one altogether “
He admitted that some of his EC members are cartels citing a case where the club lost Ksh 1.6 million during a trip to a foreign country.
He concluded by saying that there is a very big division in the EC with only 5 out of the 11 members active and a proposal to implement an It expert Consultant on E ticketing has hit a rock after four EC members tasked to implementation had not reported back to him since 8th January .