The Director of Public prosecution has closed the file on FKF Chairman Nick Mwendwa without preferring any case against him. The embattled Mwendwa was released on a cash bail of 4 Million Kenyan shillings last week after he spend the entire weekend behind bars. Milimani Senior Resident Magistrate Wandia Nyamu also ordered the state to refund Mwendwa his cash bail after failing to prefer any charges against the embattled FKF boss, who had been accused of misappropriation of public funds.
Suspended Football Kenya Federation President Nick Mwendwa has no case to answer after the the government closed his file with no charges filed after the investigations. Mwendwa was charged with abuse of office and misappropriation of funds at the helm of the country's football governing body. Photo: FKF (Twitter)
Amina Mohamed yesterday in kawangware urged the youths to greatly focus on sports to lift Kenya into other levels. She said that they have done their part to ensure that the Kenyan government now raise more and more people to the international competition. She again said that she will not be in charge of sport for the entire life but she will be out in that job soon.
Embattled Football Kenya Federation President Nick Mwendwa, was arrested for the second time in a few days on corruption allegations that have seen him spend several nights in jail. Picture courtesy. Nick Mwendwa. He was, a few days ago, released unconditionally and the DPP said that he will not be pressing any charges against the embattled president of football in the country.
The Football Kenya Federation Caretaker Committee and Secretariat has released a approximated budget that they are expected to use while running the football federation for the next 6 months. The budget which will cost the taxpayer a whooping Ksh 875 million will cater for the caretakers committees members salaries and allowances and other essential services, goods and materials required to conduct its activities smoothly.
Football Kenya Federation (FKF) Chair Nick Mwendwa can afford a sigh of relief after the Director for Public Prosecution (DPP) closed his case file without preferring any charges against him. With the new development, Mwendwa who was on last week Monday freed on Ksh4 million cash bail is now a free man.
The Senate Labor and Social Welfare Committee will Friday issue directions on what action should be taken against the Cabinet Secretary for Sports, Culture and Heritage Amina Mohamed after she failed to honor the committee’s summon on Tuesday. Energy Cabinet Secretary Monica Juma has invited Independent Power Producers (IPPs) to negotiate on sustainable energy innovations and urged them to formally express their interest by Friday.
The troubled and ousted Football of Kenya Federation president has been given his four millions back by a magistrate court. Nick Mwendwa gave the sum of money to the court as a bail to secure his release after he was arrested on allegations of abuse of office and corruption.
The Kenya Football Federation is an independent body that should not be interfered with and that is why FIFA is on the neck of the ministry of sports.The kenya football boss is facing charges of graft and he has been blocked from accessing the office, something which FIFA is not happy with.Another thing that is bringing problems is the committee that has been set aside to manage football.
(Picture of the FKF president Nick Mwendwa) The President of the Kenya Football Federation, Nick Mwendwa, who was suspended by the Sports Cabinet Secretary Amina Mohamed after being found guilty of corruption, has now win big in the graft case after the government closed his case.
Retired Harambee Stars player, Dennis Oliech, has criticised the recent Football Kenya Federation (FKF) reforms by Sports Cabinet Secretary, Amina Mohamed. Taking to social media on Wednesday, November 17, Oliech questioned Amina's logic that informed the appointment of the Caretaker Committee and the Secretariat to run the affairs of FKF on a temporary basis.
Embattled Football Kenya Federation President Nick Mwendwa has been arrested over alleged graft in the country's football governing body. Yesterday FKF President Nick Mwendwa was kicked out of the county's football governing body after the Sports Cabinet Secretary Amb. Amina Mohamed disbanded the federation and formed a 15-member caretaker committee.
In November 12th, Nick Mwendwa was arrested and taken to the Directorate of Criminal Investigations headquarters along Kiambu Road in Nairobi for grilling by detectives. This came a day after Sports Cabinet Secretary Amina Mohamed disbanded the federation and formed a 15-member caretaker committee. However, Mwendwa insisted he still remains the bonafide president of the local football governing body.
Football Kenya Federation president Nick Mwendwa has been released on ksh.4 million Cash Bail. The magistrate handling the case further ordered Nick Mwendwa not to address the media or contact any football Kenya Federation employees. The president has been told not to access the football Kenya Federation offices or staff pending a ruling on 17th November on whether he will be detained or not.
COTU boss Francis Atwoli has warned Amina Mohammed against listening to politicians to retract her decision to disband the Nick Mwendwa team. He is clear the decision made by Amina Mohammed was the best route to go for it will change the lives of players who are languishing in poverty.
George Khaminwa who is Football Kenya Federation boss' lawyer has told the court to release Mwendwa because many people are set to be rendered Jobless due to the act. Khaminwa says many people in the football world would be adversely affected. "Numerous people will rendered jobless if Nick Mwendwa is not released by 5pm today," Said Khaminwa.
FKF president Nick Mwendwa has finally been arrested by detectives at the Harambee Stars training grounds at Nyayo Stadium on Friday afternoon, November 12. The FKF boss was arrested in relation with the ongoing probe at the federation offices on suspicions of embezzlement of funds by the federation leadership.
Embattled President of Football Kenya Federation (FKF) Nick Mwendwa has been arrested. According to reports from Nation, Mwendwa was allegedly picked by about six men who were in plain clothes on Friday afternoon. This happened moments after Mwendwa left the Milimani Law Courts in Nairobi.
Embattled FKF President Nick Mwendwa has finally tasted the long arm of the state. Nick Mwendwa was allegedly arrested on Friday, November 12th 2021 afternoon over the misuse of funds while visiting the Harambee Stars camp at the Nyayo National Stadium. Nick was arrested a few hours after the FKF Caretaker committee suspended all the top tier leagues in Kenya for two weeks.
FKF acting team chairperson Mr. Aaron Ringera has said that there will be no foot ball games taking place in the country for the next two weeks, he takes the move as a reform to give them enough time while laying down strategies on how the entire team will be structured for effective and efficient operations.