Mwendwa resigns as FKF president, hands power to Petra

Nick Mwendwa has finally resigned as the Footbll Kenya Federation (FKF) president.

The embattled Mwendwa, who was released on Kshs 10 million bond over the graft allegations today evening wrote a letter to all FKF’s National Executive Committee explaining why he arrived at the decision to transfer the functions of FKF president to his Deputy Doris Petra.

He appointed his deputy Doris Petra as president slapping with stringent bail terms, including depositing his passport in court, not accessing the FKF office, plus not offering media interviews in relation to this case for the duration of the case.

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