The kenya football federation president Nick Mwendwa was ousted in office following graft allegations. The government through the cabinet secretary for sports then constituted a caretaker committee to handle matters football pending investigations. But, the world football body FIFA slapped the country with a ban for interference. Today the court has dropped graft case against FKF president. The forty three year old football chief will now have freedom again to engage sports activities where his heart is. Furthermore all eyes now turn to world football body if it will drop the charges and allow the nation to participate fully in international soccer sports. On other hand, Mwendwa has to salvage himself before the public eye after such revocation from office on corrupt allegations.
The national team has not been doing well due to proper management, the government together with federation should embark on scouting young talented men to have a competitive team that will see kenya on international scale.
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