The Kenyan team Harambee Stars were playing against Mali that saw Kenyan teams thrashed 5-0.
The matches that were to be played in Mali were shifted to Monacco after reports informed that Mali playgrounds never met the standards to allow the matches due to covid-19.
Nick Mwendwa, the man newly elected to head the football federation, has reportedly been found to be corrupt. It is reported that Nick Mwendwa picks players from Kariobangi Sharks to play for Kenyans where sources informed he owns the Kariobangi Sharks team.
Alai said, "Now emerging that Nick Mwendwa PERSONALLY named the Harambee stars 11 man team that was crushed by Mali. Of the 11, six were from a team he owns called Kariobangi Sharks. He also made the substitutions. Essentially it was Kariobangi Sharks Vs Mali playing. Corrupt to the core!"
However, it was the first disappointment for Kenyans to experience such a loss despite the change of leadership of the Football Kenya Federation under Nick Mwendwa's leadership.
Alai has alleged that the newly elected FKF president Nick Mwendwa is corrupt to the core.
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