CONSTITUTION

Article 16 – Removal From Office

  1. The entire Executive Committee or a member thereof may be removed from office for gross misconduct or dereliction of duty by a vote of no confidence passed by two-thirds of members in good standing, present and voting at a the general meeting which has been duly convened specifically to consider such a motion.
  2. The Chairman of the Board shall convene a meeting within (fifty-six) 56 days after prima facie evidence has be determined  to consider a motion for a vote of no confidence in the Executive Committee or a member(s) thereof upon receipt of a petition to that effect duly signed by a minimum of twenty- five (25) members in good standing. The petitioners who signed such a petition shall be members from KCFC.
  3. The Board shall, upon receipt of a petition for the removal from office of an executive member(s) or the entire executive from office, serve the affected executive member(s) a copy of the petition for his/their removal for his/their response within (forty-eight) 48 days.
  4. Notwithstanding anything contained in this constitution, a member of the EC may by notice in writing addressed to the President resign from office.
  5. In the event that the Executive Committee members resign or are removed embolic, new elections shall be held for new officers within two calendar months.

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