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The Sports Cabinet Secretary has accused the FKF president of breaking into the federation's offices in Kasarani.

Sports CS Amb. Amina Mohamed has accused Football Kenya Federation (FKF) president Nick Mwendwa of breaking into the football body’s offices in Kasarani, Nairobi.

In a statement on Tuesday, September 20, Amina stated that the High Court upheld the Ministry’s decision on November 11, 202 to kick Mwendwa out of office.

"My attention has been drawn to a break-in at the FKF offices at Kasarani which was led by officials who were legally removed following an inspection by the Office of the Registrar.

"The decision by the Ministry of Sports, Culture & Heritage on November 11, 2021, has since been upheld by the Ruling of the High Court of Kenya on May 10, 2022," read part of the statement by the Sports CS.

Amb. Amina Mohamed.

Amina further maintained that the High Court’s decision on May 10, 2022, had not been reversed and therefore the FKF transition committee remained in charge of the federation.

“It is instructive to note that this decision rendered on May 10, 2022, has not been vacated/reversed and the FKF transition committee remains in office and in charge of football management in Kenya,” Amb. Amina added.

This comes after Mwendwa on Tuesday, September 20, stormed the FKF premises accompanied by other officials.

Through his Twitter handle, FKF said that Mwendwa was reopening the FKF Goal Project Office in Kasarani.

“FKF President Nick Mwendwa has today put Kenyan football on the path towards normalcy with the reopening of the FKF Goal Project office in Kasarani,” FKF tweeted.