After FKF President Nick Mwendwa resigned from his post, his deputy Doris Petra is going to take over his position. Although she has been working under Mwendwa for years, very little is known about her and very few people know her. It will be an historical event given that no woman has in the past been the head of the football governing body.
Football Kenya Federation (FKF) Vice president Doris Petra has taken to social media to express her agony over enforced self-isolation over the Corona-virus fears in the country and the world at large. Petra was among the Harambee Starlets contingent that jetted back into the country just over a week ago from Instabul Turkey where the team has gone to participate in the Turkish Women’s Cup tournament which Starlets finished in third position. Upon their return, Starlets players and team officials checked
Football Kenya Federation president Nick Mwendwa has finally stepped down from his position and delegated his role to his deputy Doris Petra. Mwendwa has relegated his duties days after he was arrested twice for allegedly being involved in corruption. On Friday last week the FKF boss was arrested and put in police custody and was on Tuesday charged with Sh38 million fraud.
FKF president Nick Mwendwa has finally called it quits with the federation after series of arrest by the anti corruption commission. In a terse letter to National Executive Committee members, Mwendwa announced he had since asked his deputy, Doris Petra to assume all functions of the FKF President.
FIfa congress will be holding their 72nd meeting today, days 31st of March 2022. Amongst the issues to be discussed is the suspension of Kenya football association. Last month, February 2022 Zimbabwe and Kenya were banned from international football due to government interference in the way of running football games.
Sports activities activities cupboard Secretary Amina Mohamed (proper) palms over the FKF Fifa President Gianni Infantino confirmed the indefinite suspension from all soccer sports activities during the Fifa Council Press conference. Global soccer governing body, Fifa, on Thursday asked the Kenyan government to repeal the choice to disband soccer Kenya Federation and installation a caretaker committee or the u .
Embattled Football Kenya Federation (FKF) President Nick Mwendwa will be back at the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) headquarters on Saturday for more questioning. 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.
Due to the Ministry of Health’s Thursday directive of outlining covid-19 hotbeds in the country, Football Kenya Federation (FKF) has suspended subsequent lower tier and Division One leagues in Covid-19 hotspot zones for 30 days. In a statement to the newsroom, Football Kenya Federation outlined that Kenyan Premier League and the National Super League (NSL) matches that were set to take place in the affected regions have been suspended, pending consultations between FKF and the government to find alternative venues in the neighboring counties.
Football Kenya Federation (FKF) Nick Mwendwa has stated his dissatisfaction at the Sports Disputes Tribunal ruling made on Tuesday 17th March nullifying the federation’s branch elections and stopping the coming national polls. The Tribunal chair, John Ohaga also termed the FKF National Executive Committee (NEC) illegal and called on FIFA to form a normalization committee to run football in the country as a solution to the impasse is sought. Called off The FKF elections, in which Mwendwa would have proceed