Football federation of Kenya president Nick Mwendwa has been in the media outlets for the past few weeks, weeks that have witnessed massive amount of scrutiny on his tenure at the helm of the country's top football governance organization. Today, Mwendwa was released by a Nairobi court after spending the night in police custody following his arrest by detectives from the directorate of criminal investigation.
The embattled FKF Chair Nick Mwendwa is likely to enjoy freedom barely days after the Federation of Kenya Football (FKF) officials led by the Nick Mwendwa were Ousted from the office by the Cabinet Secretary of Sports Amina Muhamed, and arrested following the allegations of misappropriation of public funds.
Football Kenya Federation (fkf) months ago suspended Mathare United and Kericho Zoo from taking part of the concluded 2020-2021 premier league.This was after the federation and the clubs failed to agree over a Sh800 million broadcast rights deal from sponsors StarTimes. The two clubs had been given an ultimatum by the now resigned president Nick mwendwa to salvage their stay in the top-flight if they move to sign the broadcast deal between FKF and StarTimes but they failed to oblige.
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.
Embattled Football Kenya Federation President Nick Mwendwa has recently been in the courts longer than he has been in his office as the head of football matters in the country. Picture courtesy. Nick Mwendwa. He was released this afternoon from jail on a 10 million shillings cash bail that will see him appear in court to answer to the charges labelled against him at a later date according to a Nairobi Court.
Embattled FKF president Nick Mwendwa has been in the media outlets for the past few weeks, weeks that have witnessed massive amount of scrutiny on his tenure at the helm of the country's top football governance organization. On Tuesday, Mwendwa was released this afternoon from jail on a 10 million shillings cash bail that will see him appear in court to answer to the charges labelled against him at a later date according to a Nairobi Court.
For the last few weeks, the president of Federation Of Kenya Football, Mr Nick mwendwa have been the talk of the town in Kenya. This came in after he was associated with the embetslement of FKF money. This involmemt placed him on a tight corner as he was taken to court to answer these corruption matters.
For the past few days, Football Kenya Federation president Nick Mwendwa has been featuring in all media houses after his scandal. He has been moving in and out of police custody and yesterday he was released after he had been arrested and denied probation. Mwendwa had been taken in by the Directorate of Criminal Investigation to give space for investigations.
The troubled Football Kenya Federation (FKF) president Nick Mwendwa has resigned from his role and which comes at a time when he is facing charges with several counts in court. He was released by the court today after he paid a cash bail and this was after his second arrest.
Embattled FKF President Nick Mwendwa freed on Sh10m cash bail after pleading not guilty to graft charges, Nairobi court bars him from accessing FKF offices Nick Mwendwa has lost a bid to dismiss his prosecution. He was on Tuesday face charges of Sh38 million fraud. Mlimani senior principal magistrate Eunice Nyutu freed him on Sh10 million bail or bond of Sh15 million.
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.
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.
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.
Embattled FKF President Nick Mwendwa freed on Sh10m cash bail after pleading not guilty to graft charges. The Football Kenya Federation (FKF) President Mwendwa has been released today by the Milimani Anti-Corruption Court on a bond of Ksh.15 million or alternative cash bail of Ksh.10 million after failing to block his prosecution.
Embattled Football Kenya Federation (FKF) Boss Nick Mwendwa has been freed on either Ksh10 million bail, or Ksh15 million bond. This comes a day after Mwendwa refused to take plea citing violation of his rights by the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP). Mwendwa was charged on four counts of fraud, all of which he denied.
The embattled Football Kenya Federation (FKF) President, Nick Mwendwa has stepped down. Mwendwa has been facing a lot of corruption charges since the 2019 African Cup of Nations (AFCON) Championships tournament held in Egypt. FKF President Nick Mwendwa. Photo/Courtesy A few weeks ago, Sports Cabinet Secretary Ambassador Amina Mohammed made a decision to form a caretaker committee to run football in the country a move that saw FIFA reacting by threatening to ban Kenya from participating in any official football related activities.
On Friday, Football Kenya Federation (FKF) president Nick Mwendwa was re-arrested a day after the State failed to prefer charges against him over alleged misappropriation of funds at FKF On November 17, magistrate Nyamu gave the State seven days to file charges against Mwendwa, failure of which, he’d be released unconditionally.
Nick Mwendwa, the embattled FKF Chair, is set to regain his freedom just days after the Federation of Kenya Football (FKF) officials led by Nick Mwendwa were ousted from office and imprisoned following charges of public funds theft. Today, FKF President Nick Mwendwa appeared in court in the afternoon following his re-arrest last Friday.
Embattled Football Kenya Federation President, Nick Mwendwa has been on tze headlines due to the frequent arrests he has been facing from DCI Officers. The FKF Boss is facing charges related to misappropriation of funds appropriated to the Federation. Nick Mwendwa who was initially released on a four million cash bond was once again rearrested by DCI Officers and charged afresh in Court where he was released on a bond.
Football Kenya Federation (FKF) President Nick Mwendwa has formally quit his role. The troubled leader communicated this on a letter which he addressed to FKF's National Executive Committee dated 29th November 2021. Nick Mwendwa gave an explanation on what triggered his decision to transfer the functions of FKF president to his Deputy Doris Petra.