CAF fines FKF

Confederation of Africa Football (CAF) has imposed a one million fine for breaching coronavirus protocols during the Harambee Stars vs Comoros AFCON encounter at Kasarani stadium.

Caf made the decision when top dignitaries breached security protocols when Kenya’s Deputy President William Ruto and former Prime Minister Raila Odinga forcefully entered the pitch to talk to Harambee Stars players after the match, which ended 1-1.

In a statement, Caf said: “The Deputy President of the Republic of Kenya and the former Prime Minister decided to talk to the Kenyan team at zone one,” read the statement from Caf. “The dignitaries had heavy security attached to them.

“They barged through the stewards arranged by Caf security officer. In terms of the Caf Statutes & Regulations; In terms of Articles 82, 83.1, 83.2, and 151 of Caf Disciplinary Code.

“Caf Disciplinary Board has, therefore, decided to impose upon the Kenyan Federation a financial sanction of 10, 000 USD (Ten Thousand US Dollars).”

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