Football Kenya Federation President Nick Mwendwa has on 15th Monday November 2021 released on bail at Milimani Law court. The FKF Boss who was arrested over corruption scandles liked to FKF has got a relief after court granted him a Ksh 4 million cash bail or a bond of sh 7 million.
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.
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) 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.
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.
Football Kenya Federation (FKF) Chair Nick Mwendwa has been granted a cash bail of Ksh4 million, or Ksh7 million bond. While freeing Nick on bond, the court warned him against visiting FKF offices amid ongoing invetsigations. Magistrate Wandia Nyamu also cautioned Mwendwa against commenting on the mater via any interview, or contacting other FKF staffers over the same.
Embattled Football Kenya Federation (FKF) President Nick Mwendwa has this morning gotten some reprieve in regards to corruption allegations which had been levelled against him by the state. Nick Mwendwa, ousted FKF President [Photo/Courtesy] According to KTN News, the state has decided to close the file against Mwendwa without preferring any charges against him.
Law Society of Kenya (LSK) President Nelson Havi has responded to critism against his legally decision to defend ousted Football Kenya Federation boss Nick Mwendwa. He explained that as a lawyer, it is his duty to defend everyone who has been arraigned in court. Even if the devil were arraigned in court, it is his responsibility to defend him.
Suspended Football Kenya Federation President Nick Mwendwa, has scored big in the graft case facing him after government of Kenya closed his file. Mr Nick was charged with abuse of office and misappropriation of tax payers money in his office. According to court ruling made on Thursday, 25, 2021, the government closed Nick's file after finding him innocent.
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.
President of the Football Kenya Federation (FKF) Nick Mwendwa, who has been accused of corruption by the state, has received some relief this morning. According to KTN News, the state has chosen to close Mwendwa's case without filing any charges against him. Following that, the High Court ordered that Nick Mwendwa be reimbursed for the 4 million shillings he had paid as bail.
(Photo| Courtesy) A day after the state failed to prefer charges against the suspended Football Kenya Federation (FKF) president Nick Mwendwa, he was re-arrested last week Friday and spent his weekend in police cells at Gigiri police station. Mwendwa was arrested by DCI officers along Kiambu Road and is set to face charges of inability to account for at least 29 million shillings missing from the FKF accounts.
Football Kenya Federation President (FKF) Nick Mwendwa has been re-arrested and apparently is being held at the Directorate of Criminal Investigation Headquarters. This comes barely a day after the government dropped corruption charges against him. Football Kenya Federation CEO, Barry Otieno confirmed that the embattled FKF boss was re-arrested by detectives.
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.
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.
The suspended football Kenya Federation presidenr Nick Mwendwa has scored big in the graft case facing him after the country closed his case.His court rulling delivered on Thursday November 25 set him free as his file was closed.The court ordered the cashbail of 4 million that he had deposited to secure his freedom be refunded.
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 President of the Besieged Kenya Football Federation (FKF), Nick Mwendwa, has been arrested again. The information was confirmed by FKF CEO Barry Otieno on Friday. Mwendwa is apparently being held at DCI headquarters along Kiambu Road. On Thursday, the prosecution told the court that it wanted to close the case for the moment.