Concentration shifts to football Kenya federation president Nick Mwendwa as sports cabinet secretary Amina Mohammed directs sports registrar office to undertake an audit of the football Kenya federation accounts over alleged misappropriation of public funds.
Sports cabinet secretary Amina Mohammed directives comes hours after the court allowed the directorate of criminal investigations department and the office of the director of public prosecution to undertake probe over alleged misappropriation of eleven million shillings.
Former Inter Milan and champions league winner McDonald Mariga had issued a stern warning to the president of federation of Kenya football Nick Mwendwa of the removal from office.Mwendwa had claimed that the country does not have quality players to compete at the top level.
Harambee stars legend Josephat Murila also joined the ranks of former footballers asking for Nick Mwendwa to resign.Murila said that the time had come for the government to intervene to save Kenyan football from administrators who mistake shouting on television for leadership.
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