The Electoral Complaints Commission (ECC) has indicated that the only candidate running for the top seat remains
Wallace Karya is expected to be announced as the winner of the Tanzania Football Federation’s presidential race, following a no-brainer from Hua Maninga and Evans Magiosa.
The TFF will hold its national elections on July 7 and is expected to retain the seat unopposed after the two are not cleared by the Electoral Board. Mananga and Magusa have not indicated whether they will appeal the decision, which was made to prevent them from challenging Karya.
“According to the election rules that I have, if anyone is running unopposed, he will not be subjected to the election process,” said Benjamin Crome, vice chairman of the election. Manuspoti.
“According to the previous election rules, stakeholders were asked to say yes or no to a candidate, but this time, if a person stays in the race, he is declared the winner. Will be done. “
“A candidate who is left alone in a particular race cannot be approved by voting because he was already taken through the nomination process which declared him eligible to stand for a particular seat,” he said. Which means he’s eligible.
“People who have not been cleared to run for a particular seat have the opportunity to appeal before July 13.”
Initially, Eli Salehi, Oscar Oscar, and Eli Maye Tumbley were barred from running for president in the initial nomination round because they lacked the support of five stakeholders.
Rahim Kejenzi, Degortias Matungi, Abbas Turba and Zahoor Haji had brought nomination papers but did not return them for verification and clearance.
Saleha had demanded action from the Election Board against Karia, Arguing that the incoming candidate started his campaign early, ahead of the set dates for the polls.
Kariya’s government has been particularly criticized for its alleged bias against the Yanga SC. But it has always defended itself against these claims.
The most contentious issue – and it is not yet resolved – is that Bernard Morrison was transferred from Yanga to Simba, where the TFF Players’ Status Committee allowed him to move to Ghana, despite the fact that Timo or Vananchi claimed that the winger had an active contract.