Abubakar Bukola Saraki (ABS) FC Team Coordinator, Idris Musa, from Kaiama local government area has been elected as the chairman of Kwara Football Association on Thursday in Ilorin.
Musa polled 10 votes of 22 to defeat his closest rival Alhaji Toyin Olokooba, who garnered 6 votes.
Alhaji Owolabi Wopa and Malam Idris Jubril, who are the two other candidates polled three votes each in a keenly and peaceful contested elections.
The Chairman of Oke-Ero local government football Council, Bashorun Kayode Bankole, emerged the vice chairman, having polled nine votes beating his closest rival Afolabi Salami, who has seven votes.
Tunji Shuaib and Umar Yahaya both polled three votes each.
Abubakar Boro and Dayo Ayodele were elected into the board of the association on the platform of the Kwara North while Alhaji Wasiu Lawal and Salaudeen Jimoh are to represent the Kwara South.
Former ABS Ilorin FC head coach, Tunde Sanni and Adeshina Bello were elected into the board on the platform of the Kwara Central.
The Chairman of the electoral Committee, Salihu Ojibara, declared a seat vacant for the Kwara Central and directed the new board to pick a date when a bye-election will conducted for the position later on.
The position became vacant because only two candidates obtained forms to come into the board from the zone.
In his acceptance, Malam Idris Musa, thanked everyone involved in the process that brought him in.
He promised to operate an open door policy in the interest of the development of Football in Kwara.
Barr. Anthony Towoju, later administered the oath of office on the new members.