“Further, AFC Leopards SC must immediately confirm, also in writing, that they shall not continue engaging with Wananchi Programming Limited/Zuku TV on the broadcasting rights,” a statement said.
“This action has already begun undermining the marketing rights of clubs in view of the reduced television coverage of matches involving Leopards.”
The statement said the KSh23 million (US$270,000) deal between the club and Zuku had caused problems between the KPL and SuperSport.
“As we go to press, SuperSport have undertaken other more serious measures against KPL without revoking the License Agreement altogether,” Musyoka said.
“SuperSport has objected to the action by Leopards to grant secondary broadcasting rights and has stated clearly that they shall cite KPL for breach and potentially interpret any breach and enforce any further action.”