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Shame as Nick Mwendwa’s FKF Organizes a Delegate AGM Press Conference to Discuss Hussein Mohammed

by Paul Nyongesa
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On Friday, March 15, 2024, anticipation ran high among Kenyans awaiting the FKF Delegates Press Conference at Sports View Hotel, Kasarani.

However, what transpired left many in disbelief.

Instead of the anticipated announcements, the event took an unexpected turn as Extreme Sports Cheif Executive Hussein Mohammed dominated the discussion, sparking intense conversation across the nation.

It is now believed that the decision by Murang’a’s Seal and Hussein Mohammed’s stance to attend tomorrow’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) prompted the Football Kenya Federation (FKF) to convene a press conference.

The atmosphere at the press conference, predominantly attended by delegates allied with Nick Mwendwa, quickly became charged as accusations were hurled at Hussein Mohammed.

Accusations centered around his alleged violation of the FKF constitution by intending to attend the upcoming AGM.

Speakers at the conference seemed more interested in attacking Hussein Mohammed than addressing the intended agenda.

One delegate aligned with Nick Mwendwa stated emphatically, “We will not tolerate any member who has not complied with Article 11 and 23 of the FKF constitution at the AGM. Should a non-member attempt to attend, we will invoke Article 30 (4) and amend the agenda to include the removal of any FKF non-member from the meeting.”

The development comes barely a day after Hussein Mohammed, discovered he had been barred from the meeting.

In a communique to Kenyan Premier League newbies Murang’a Seal FC, FKF chief executive officer Barry Otieno said FKF will not allow Mohammed to attend the AGM at the Kenya Institute of Special Education (KISE).

“We would like to inform you that Mr. Hussein Mohammed is not registered with FKF as a member of Murang’a SEAL FC or FKF in general. He is therefore ineligible to represent Murang’a SEAL FC in the upcoming FKF Annual General Meeting,” the letter read in part.

But in a swift rejoinder, Murang’a Seal FC honcho Robert Macharia insisted that Mohammed will hold a brief for SEAL at the AGM, stating that FKF had no business making that decision on their behalf.

“Unless he becomes ill, Hussein Mohammed is scheduled to attend the AGM. As the club’s vice chairman, he speaks for me when I’m not around.”

The FKF constitution stipulates that the AGM attendance will comprise representatives from each of the 18 KPL clubs, 10 drawn from the 18 National Super League (NSL) clubs, representatives from each of the 47 counties and others from the National Division One teams, totalling 94 delegates.

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