Mwendwa was captured on Friday evening over supposed unite.
He was taken to the DCI Headquarters where he was addressed on how FKF burned through Sh430 million progressed to FKF from 2016 by the Sports, Arts and Social Development for running football exercises.
Mwendwa was likewise barbecued on Sh244 million stretched out to the organization to get ready Harambee Stars for the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations.
Mwendwa will be charged in court on Monday.
The Star has found that the DCI detectives are utilizing review report by Sports CS Amina Mohammed in the test.
FKF CEO Barry Otieno will likewise be called to reveal insight into the examinations.
Mwendwa was gotten by police in two vehicles and was approached to call his legal advisor.
On Thursday, Mwendwa rubbished the overseer council delegated by CS Amina to run football in the country.
The troublemaker FKF honcho promised to battle any endeavors to launch his five-year old organization from office.
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