LATEST UTTERANCES OF NICK MWENDWA SEEMS TO BE KICKS OF A DYING HORSE.
Of late Nick Mwendwa has made statements which seems to be is parting shots. On Tuesday during the closing of CAF B at the Kenya Institute of Special Education and during the interview at zilizala viwanjani ktn news TV, Nick Mwendwa repeatedly claimed that cabinet Secretary for sports Ambassador Amina Mohammed wants to remove him from office.
Nairobi County football association chairman Mr Charles Njoroge refuted the claims and said that Football Kenya Federation brought football into disrepute when they conducted sham elections against the Kenyan constitution. “Leadership is not all about dictatorship, the Nairobi County Football Association boss said. Football is about administration and administration means you listen more, you react where necessary. But if you bring fights with everybody then definitely you’ll equally have problems. As an entrepreneur who works with corporates in and out of the country, integrity and accountability is constitutional requirement in any leadership including the house management. After the second nullification of FKF elections on May 2020, sports dispute tribunal ruled that the clubs which voted were not registered, counties and their officials which voted in national were not registered too. Ohaga ordered FKF to go and register as sports clubs, county football associations then do elections in accordance with the law. If this one has become difficult for Nick Mwendwa, why don’t he leave this football to men of integrity to run it? Chairman Charles Njoroge paused. I am glad that the sports registrar will appear before Senate tomorrow, we will ask her whether FKF is operating legally or they must quit because the sports registrar madam Rose Wasike has said three times that FKF did not do elections in accordance with the laws hence she should nullify the elections. ”
The fate of FKF will be known tomorrow when the cabinet secretary ministry of sports will appear before the senate sports committee led by senator Johnson Sakaja alongside sports registrar madam Rose Wasike, FKF delegation led by Nick Mwendwa and Barry Otieno, Nairobi County football association led by Wilfred Marori and Charles Njoroge, civil society reference group by Chullchill Suba and Milton Nyakundi.no
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