FIfa congress will be holding their 72nd meeting today, days 31st of March 2022. Amongst the issues to be discussed is the suspension of Kenya football association.
Last month, February 2022 Zimbabwe and Kenya were banned from international football due to government interference in the way of running football games.
The sports cabinet secretaty Amina Mohammed had deformed the federation over alleged misuse of funds and appointed caretaker committee in the month of November, 2021.
"They know what needs to be done for the suspension to be lifted and for them to be re-admitted," Gianni Infantino, the head of world governing body FIFA said in a statement.
The Kenya football federation president Doris Petra, the country representative in the today's virtual meeting has told Kenyans to expect three possible outcomes from today's meeting.
"FIFA is likely to ratify the suspension or lift it and maybe give us more time to sort out our issues depending on whether we met the set conditions,” Petra said to the standard sports.
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