Nyamweya, who was replaced by Mwendwa in 2016 was often accused of funds embezzlement and was at one point questioned by detectives when he misappropriated funds that were meant for Harambee Stars’ trip to Cape Verde.
The current administration has been praised for being transparent in terms of their accountability in that they present an accounting report on a yearly basis during the Annual General Meetings.
The Federation follows the accounting and budgeting rules set by FIFA which puts the administration in good books with its members.
Bunei has applauded Football Kenya Federation for the transparency they have showcased over the last four years.
"We have been seeing the accounting report on a yearly basis as per the regulation of FUM 2012 . The Federation is very transparent in that they show all their accounts of the year inclusive of the assets hence no complaints of poor accountability from the members, “said Bunei.
This comes at a time when the federation is on the spot after Harambee Stars captain Victor Wanyama claimed that it wanted 15 million from the 50 million donation from deputy president William Ruto after the team qualified for 2019 AFCON.
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"I have never understood why there always has to be a problem when we (Kenyans) are sharing money. So we had a meeting. FKF (officials) wanted to take a whole Sh15 million and leave us (players and coaches) to share Sh35 million. The coach (Sebastian Migne) refused. I also refused,” Wanyama said.
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