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Mwendwa re-ordered out of office

By Allan Damba
Nick Mwendwa | Courtesy photo

Kenya’s Sports Cabinet Secretary Amina Mohamed has yet again kicked Football Kenya Federation President, Nick Mwendwa out of office following the latter’s “unlawful” return on Tuesday.

The embattled FKF top honcho had led a team of senior federation officials back to the offices on Tuesday but has now been ordered out.

“My attention has been drawn to a break-in at the FKF offices at Kasarani,” partly read a Mohamed signed Press Statement.

“The information is that the break-in was led by indicted FKF officials, who were legally removed following an inspection by the Office of the Sports Registrar.”

Mwendwa had announced last week that he was back in the office following the Directorate of Public Prosecutions (DPP) decision to withdraw graft charges against him.

However, Mohamed asserts that a High Court order maintained the fact that the re-known entrepreneur stays out of the FKF top office.

“The decision by the Ministry of Sports, Culture & Heritage on November 11, 2021, has since been upheld by the Ruling of the High Court of Kenya on May 10, 2022.”

For starters, the offices had been closed in 2021 following Sports Cabinet Secretary Mohamed’s decision to disband the Federation over corruption and graft.

The May decision, a ruling after Mwendwa’s appeal, was a High Court order that upheld Mohamed’s move to remove Mwendwa and his team from the office.

Mohamed has reiterated that the Transition Committee is still in charge of football in the country, as it’s been the case for over a year.

“It is instructive to note that the decision rendered on May 10, 2022, has not been vacated/reversed and the FKF Transition Committee remains in office and charge of football management in Kenya,” confirmed Mohamed.

The aforementioned developments continue to deter footballing activities in the country, especially with FIFA’s ban still in full force, for government interference.

In more hideous news, Kenyan giants Gor Mahia FC has threatened not to form part of the 2022/23 Kenya Premier League, which is set to kickstart on October 1.

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