Veteran Harambee Stars striker Allan Wetende Wanga has declared that his name will not be on the ballot papers for FKF presidency this year.
The celebrated forward said that ‘time is not ripe’ for the challenge, but in future he would consider the position.
“For now, my name won’t be on the ballot bu when the time is ripe then things will unfold as they should,” Wanga said.
The position, currently held by Nick Mwendwa, is set to be contested by among others former FKF boss Sam Nyamweya and former CECAFA chief Nicholas Musonye.
The Sports Dispute Tribunal has canceled the election twice, and it is not yet clear when the elections will be held.
Wanga retired from international football last year after being dropped by the then Stars coach Sebastien Migne, raising calls for Mwendwa to resign for allegedly playing politics to influence the national team selection.
Wanga is currently the Sports Officer in Kakamega County. Among his roles is helping early identification of talents.