Embattled Football Kenya Federation President, Nick Mwendwa has been on tze headlines due to the frequent arrests he has been facing from DCI Officers. The FKF Boss is facing charges related to misappropriation of funds appropriated to the Federation.
Nick Mwendwa who was initially released on a four million cash bond was once again rearrested by DCI Officers and charged afresh in Court where he was released on a bond. Latest news has now revealed that the FKF boss has officially resigned from his position.
@Ben_Kitili NICK MWENDWA steps down as Football Kenya Federation president, delegates duties to his deputy. https://t.co/d0QHAaHqsX
Nick Mwendwa has officially resigned due to frequent arrests and detentions he has faced which has faced which has affected his family and personal businesses. Mwendwa is however confident that he will sail through all the tribulations he's currently facing. He has now delegated his duties to FKF Vice President, Doris Petra who will take over the operations.
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