When they assumed office much was anticipated, they were energetic and made many believed that finally football in the nation had found its messiah, little did we know that we threw away the tyrant and a silent one turn loud was arising.
The stability we witnessed at Kariobangi Sharks during their time in the national super league probably would have acted as a convincing power to many who needed to be queched on their thirst for transparency and professionalism in Kenyan soccer and so they casted their vote for him.
We were presented with one man, Nick Mwendwa who honestly at the time was doing a good job with the team Kariobangi Sharks that boasted quite some good talented young players and earning promotion was just an icing on the cake as we were expecting more.
As one senior counsel Orengo would have it "that now that you're in power you're forgetting and when power gets into your head you'll will never remember that one day there's a bigger power almighty that would deal with you."
Nick Mwendwa has done more harm in football compared to what he promised, we've witnessed more political monopoly and dictatorial leadership than what Kenyan football has ever dine with.
Now its evident, not a question of when he will leave because tyrants don't just vacate it's who is the right replacement? And do we really have any? Some said that Nicholas Musonye former Cecafa chairman but is he really the answer?.
Form the kitchens, uprising betting Company Odibet has been left in the cold as FKF terminated it's contract with them for allegedly breach of the contract.
Before this, Betking that we were told was banking billions in FKF also ended it's contract with the federation and then they were back on unclear circumstances.
The issue of SportPesa is well documented and Super sport wasn't just settling for less all this happening under the watch of one man.
Funny enough one of his loyal follower Media personality Fred Arocho has turned opponent, you remember the Afcon in Egypt? The guy was apart of the team that the federation catered for their welfare during their controversial stay at the Egypt's capital.
Even before that the friendlies in France and Spain the outspoken radio host was apart of the crew but how quickly does things change?
So when were are celebrating his achievements why not point out his failures it's a two way traffic isn't it?
Four national team coaches already with little to show on the national team's progress, all of them choosing to go silent on why they left or sacked, we have seen a significant improvement on women's football but how much again did they earn as league price money? Yes 300k.
There was was the FKF premier League award's for the men's soccer league also Betika organised one for the national super league, your all over saying you've championed women's football. So where did we held their Gala awards? Or there was not enough money to do so.
Although some say we can not entirely blame all this on Nick Mwendwa as it's a systematic problem and so it's requires a gradual reconstruction before we witnessed real change.
For the other half we can all converge and agree we were doing worse yes but him on the seat is no different different from the previous tyrants.
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