His woes were further complicated by damning findings of an inspection committee constituted by Sports Cabinet Secretary Amina Mohamed to investigate FKF’s financial status.
The committee’s preliminary report revealed that over Ksh.550 million allocated to FKF as grants from the national government could not be accounted for.
The committee in its probe, hooked up that FKF underneath Mwendwa had 14 distinctive financial institution accounts, and cited duplication, considering some of the account names in one of a kind banks had been serving comparable functions.
In overall, the inspection committee pronounced that upto Ksh.551.9 million in presents from the country wide authorities to the football federation could not be accounted for.
Some of the expenditure queries raised with the aid of the inspection committee is what it termed fictitious withdrawals among April and can this year, amounting to Ksh.29.5 million made by means of Peter Kipchirchir.
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