Under fire Football Kenya Federation President Nick Mwendwa has for the first time spoken following his recent back-to-back arrests and has lashed out at the ministry of sports for what he termed to be malice. Through his lawyer Nick Mutua, Mwendwa has revealed that the police were acting on instructions from a number of powerful people in the Ministry of Sports who were opposed to his leadership and were responsible for his current woes.
Mwendwa was arrested on Friday, November 26, mid-morning in Nairobi by detectives drawn from the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI). Sources privy to the arrest told reporters that Mwendwa was taken to DCI Headquarters on Kiambu Road for grilling. By the time of going to press, the details on why he was arrested had not been made public.
Embattled Football Kenya Federation President Nick Mwendwa has been rearrested just a day after court cleared him of any wrong doing. Mwendwa was reportedly arrested on Friday November 26 morning while at Ridgeways Nairobi after detectives drawn from the Directorate of Criminal Investigations DCI accosted him. He would then be rushed to the DCI headquarters along Kiambu Road for interrogation on the lost millions at FKF.
Football Kenya Federation (FKF) President, Nick Mwendwa, has been arrested again. Mwendwa was arrested on Friday, November 26, mid-morning in Nairobi by detectives drawn from the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI). Sources privy to the arrest told the local media that Mwendwa was taken to DCI Headquarters on Kiambu Road for grilling.By the time of going to press, the details on why he was arrested had not been made public.
On Thursday, the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) did not charge embattled FKF president Nick Mwendwa as directed by the magistrate last week. This meant that Mwendwa is now free but does not mean he will return to continue the FKF activities which are now overseen by a committee appointed by sports CS Amina Mohamed.
FKF CEO Barry Otieono has confirmed the re arresting of the suspended FKF presdent Nick mwendwa a day after the court dropped corruption charges against him.Police at DCI headquarters has said that their probe against him is still ongoing and that there was a miscommunication that lead to his release yesterday.Mwendwa had been arrested on November 12 and released on a cash bail of 4 million as the DPP conducted a seven day investigations against him, however the DPP decided to close his file.
On Friday,The Football Kenya Federations boss Nick Mwendwa was re-arrested and taken back to the DCI hesdquarters along kiambu road .Mwendwa earned his temporary freedom on Thursday after milimani courts senior magistrate asked the DPP to close the files of cases against the FKF boss after no charges were made against him after being arrested about 10 days ago.
Good evening and welcome to my daily sports updates. Tap on the follow link on the top right corner if you haven't done so to receive more news updates. Welcome. Football Kenya Federation president Nick Mwendwa has finally been declared free of charges after the court ruling.
After the state failed to file charges against him for alleged misappropriation of funds at the federation, embattled FKF boss Nick Mwendwa is now free. The state failed to file charges against Mwendwa on Thursday morning, as ordered by the court last week. Prosecutors were given seven days to file accusations against the FKF boss.
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.
Former FKF president Nick Mwendwa is off the hook as the state has withdrawn the case against him over lack of concrete evidence to charge him. The state and the prosecution team have been doing everything possible to nail him to no success for there is no evidence to that effect.
Nick Mwendwa, the Football Kenya Federation boss has been facing graft charges but now it is all over after a court ruling dismissed his case. He was arrested at the start of this month and since then investigations have been going on to ascertain the truth of the allegations.
The suspended Football Kenya Federation (FKF) President, Nick Mwendwa, has smiles all over his face after the state closes file of his graft case. According to a court ruling delivered today, November 25,before senior magistrate Wandia Nyamu, the government had closed Mwendwa's file.
Football Kenya Federation president Nick Mwendwa has been re-arresited again today Friday of 26 November 2021, along Kiambu road on his way from Runda area, along Nairobi Kiambu highway. This happened after Mwendwa's vehicle was blocked by two unknown cars , arrested and taken to DCI headquarters .the re-arrest comes a day after the DPP closed its file against Nick Mwendwa , claiming no charges against him.
On Thursday, November 25, embattled Football Kenya Federation (FKF) president Nick Mwendwa received a huge relief after his graft probe file was closed on. Milimani Senior Principal Magistrate Wandia Nyamu ordered that Nick Mwendwa’s Sh4 million cash bail be refunded to him after the Prosecution failed to press charges against the suspended FKF administrator.
Embattled FKF President Nick Mwendwa is a free man. A Nairobi court on Thursday quashed all orders against him as the State did not comply with the 14-day directive to proffer charges or set him free. The court also ordered that his file be closed and his KES 4 million cash bail be refunded.
The Football Kenya Federation,FKF, President, Nick Mwendwa can now enjoy his freedom after the state failed to defend the charges against him. Mr Nick Mwendwa had been released on a sh 4 million cash bail after spending a weekend in a police cell last weekend.
Mwendwa was arrested on Friday, November 26, mid-morning in Nairobi by detectives drawn from the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI). By the time of going to press, the details on why he was arrested had not been made public. However, the source intimated that it was in relation to the ongoing probe into misuse of taxpayers money and abuse of office at the FKF.
The embattled Football Kenya Federation (FKF) president Nick Mwendwa can now breathe a sigh of relief after his graft case file was officialy closed earlier today. Wandia Nyamu, the Milimani Senior Principal Magistrate ordered that the Sh4 million cash bail that was paid by Nick Mwendwa be refunded to him.
Embattled FKF Nick Mwendwa, who had last week on Monday been released on a Sh4 million cash bail after spending the weekend behind bars is now a free man after the court closed the case against him. According to reports, Mwendwa's victory is as a result of the state's failure to prefer charges against him over alleged misappropriation of funds at the federation as direct6ed by the court last week.