The Kenya Rugby Union was put to task to explain the absence of Kenya Simbas head coach Jerome Paarwater a time the international season is underway.
Paawater is currently in South Africa despite Kenya preparing to play Tunisia on Saturday in the Africa Gold Cup in Nairobi.
Speaking during squad naming on Thursday, KRU CEO Ronald Bukusi said: “At the national squads retreat we had last week it’s a matter we discussed. It’s something we are looking at very actively to ensure our teams are best prepared for whatever challenge they take.”
Paarwater is expected to jet in either on Friday or Saturday morning to take charge of the afternoon game.
“All this is being taken into consideration. Right now he is not here, we have games coming up against Zimbabwe and Senegal and before we take off we’ll have seen a change in our approach,” added Bukusi.
Kenya Cup side KCB is on a 10-day tour to South Africa and Paarwater is one of the coaches coaching them - an issue that has caused an uproar on social media and different rugby platforms.
Paarwater is the DHL Western Province U21 coach.