Embattled Football Kenya Federation President Nick Mwendwa has rubbished CS Amina Mohammed’s decision of constituting a caretaker committee to run the game in the country as flawed saying as far as he is concern he is full in charge of FKF.
Mwendwa Claimed Amina Mohamed has not told the Federation of any of their mistake it has done. he said the CS acted on a fixed mind to have him and his office out of power.
“Even when she says she has received the report, the inspectors never communicated anything wrong to us as required by the act and as we always thought she has rushed to install a committee. It’s a flawed process that had an end in mind by the Minister. I think she wants to rush removing me from office before she leaves in a couple of months,” Mwendwa said in a rejoinder on Thursday afternoon.
He added; “It is sad for Kenya because when you have someone who doesn’t understand football, who thinks on a day when Kenya is playing Uganda they can attack the Federation.”
Mwendwa has said the Federation will continue discharging its duties and have already informed FIFA of the state of affairs and wait on their word
Cs Amina had on Thursday morning disbanded the entire FKF team and appointed a 15-member committee lead by Retired Judge Aaron Ringera.
The 15 member committee includes General (Rtd) Moses Oyugi, Fatma Adan, Philip Musyimi, Anthony Isayi, Elisha Kiplagat and Hassan Haji.
Other are Fredrick Tureisa, Mwangi Muthee, Neddy Atieno, Ali Amour, Titus Kasuve, Richard Omwela, Bobby Ogolla and JJ Masiga.
The committee has a six-month mandate to ”clean up the mess” at the FKF. The move now leaves Nick Mwendwa in a tight balance.
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