Oguda further narrated that football Kenya federation president Nick Mwendwa,had issued a warning to cabinet secretary against government interference in the management of Kenyan football,adding that the move would put the country in a risk of facing disciplinary actions from the world football organizing body.
"Nick Mwendwa has reminded the sports cabinet secretary Amina Mohammed,that FIFA won't be happy if the government interfered in the management of Kenyan football.It is not yet clear if the sports cabinet secretary asked him if FIFA is happy with football officials,who mismanaged government funds" Gabriel Oguda tweet.
Oguda further added that it was not clear if the sports cabinet secretary Amina Mohammed,asked football Kenya federation president Nick Mwendwa,if FIFA was happy with football officials who mismanaged government funds.
Sports cabinet secretary Amina Mohammed, invited sports registrar to audit a financial report following allegations of misappropriation of funds, by officials at the football Kenya federation.
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