COTU boss Francis Atwoli has warned Amina Mohammed against listening to politicians to retract her decision to disband the Nick Mwendwa team. He is clear the decision made by Amina Mohammed was the best route to go for it will change the lives of players who are languishing in poverty.
Atwoli wants Mwendwa and his team investigated and if found guilty charged asking Amina Mohamed to go deep into the matter. He wants football Federation to feel ashamed given the politics that has rocked the football fraternity.
Atwoli has made clear that Amina Mohamed must not accept any form of intimidation or threats from anybody whatsoever. The Cotu boss wants football to be structured in the country so that everything can be done in a perfect manner.
Atwoli Joins some of the leaders who are fighting hard to have a football Federation that's completely in order and of the interest of the people. He is clear as a football body of Kenya matters mismanagement is what has killed the morale of our teams in the country.
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