Football Kenya Federation has postponed three Betking Premier League matches, two of which were set for the western side of the country this weekend.
This follows a government order that banned sports activities and imposed a 7pm-4am curfew in Kisumu and 12 other neighbouring counties to curb the spread of COVID-19 in the region.
“This Order shall apply during the hours of darkness between seven o’clock in the evening and four o’clock in the morning with effect from the 18th of June, 2021 and shall remain in effect for a period of thirty days thereof,” reads part of the order by the Ministry of Interior.
Gov’t declares 13 Nyanza, Rift Valley & Western counties as Covid-19 hotspot zones, bars public gatherings including sporting activities.https://t.co/vtlSgW44n1
— Citizen TV Kenya (@citizentvkenya) June 17, 2021
The Western Stima game against Nzoia Sugar at Moi Stadium in Kisumu and that of Vihiga United against Bandari at the Mumias Sports Complex that were set for Saturday and Sunday respectively, have been pushed forward.
Ulinzi Stars against Wazito was set for Sunday in Narok, but has also been postponed following a request by the Soldiers.
Weekend FKF Premier League fixtures
Nairobi City Stars vs Kakamega Homeboyz (Ruaraka Grounds, Nairobi)
KCB vs Mathare United (Ruaraka Grounds, Nairobi)
Posta Rangers vs Bidco United (Ruaraka Grounds, Nairobi)
Kariobangi Sharks vs Tusker (Utalii Grounds, Nairobi)
Gor Mahia vs Sofapaka (Thika Stadium, Thika)