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Nick Mwendwa Is Back In Office

Nick Mwendwa is back at the helm of Kenyan Football after being out in the cold for 10 months after Sports Cabinet Secretary Amina Mohamed accused his office of misappropriation of funds.

In a letter addressed to Fifa Mwendwa who had stepped aside from the position last year to allow the legal process to be completed as he handed over the responsibilities of the federation to his vice, Dorris Petra, said he had officially resumed his duties at the federation.

Kenya had been suspended by World Governing body after the Government disbanded the federation and set up a caretaker committee to manage Football.

The suspension ramifications were felt in the country as the men and women’s teams both club and national teams were barred from playing international matches.

FKF Premier League Champions Tusker and Vihiga Queens were not included in Caf Champions League competition owing to the indefinite suspension by Fifa.

Harambee Starlets failed to play their last Women’s AFCON qualifier against Uganda while the men’s team was not entered for the draw of the African Nations Championship (CHAN) and were omitted from qualification matches for the 2023 AFCON.