Sports Cabinet secretary Amina Mohammed has written to FIFA to allow the country clean up football in the country.
This comes at a time when FIFA suspended Kenya from competing at the international level following the wrangles and banning of Football Kenya federation president Nick Mwendwa.
In a statement to FIFA’s president Gianni Infantino, Amina said she will continue engaging Fifa with a view of finding a lasting solution.
“We will continue cleaning up, putting systems of accountability in place as well as a draft constitution that is fully aligned to the Constitution of Kenya 2010, the Fifa statutes and to good order and globally recognised values,” Amina said
“We intend at the same time to engage Fifa as we have continued doing over the last three and a half months. We intend to keep it informed as we have done until now on the going cases, investigations and the actions that we are taking. We hope Fifa will reciprocate and keep Kenyans informed on actions they intend to take with respect to issues we have raised on suspected misappropriation of their resources.”