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Nick Mwendwa coup a blessing for football…Hongera CS Amina

I’m starting to feel that the coup by the Cabinet Secretary for Sports on FKF president Nick Mwendwa is a blessing for football, if the leaked Care Taker Committee budget is anything to go by.

According to the budget, shared by Progressive Party Leader Herbert Mwachiro, in one of the WhatsApp groups. CS Amina is willing to spend nearly Ksh 900million of tax payers’ money, in just under six months to “clean up” the rot at FKF, with her employees being the biggest beneficiaries.

20MILLION FOR SOCIAL MEDIA
What excites me the most about the budget is the Ksh 20million set aside for social media management, which means that some of us who have been making noise using our bundles will now be paid to rebuke Mwendwa and his cronies while praising the Rugby/Nyamweya and CS Amina coalition.

100MILLION ON HONORARIA
Another mouthwatering figure is the Ksh 100 million set aside as honoraria for the Care Taker Committee and its Secretariat, with sources indicting the figure was proposed by Nyamweya protégé Robin Toskin, who is expected to be fired by Standard Group in the coming weeks on integrity ground on an article he penned regarding the betting industry, after obtaining millions of shillings.

15MILLION &8MILLION MATCH OFFICIAL ALLOWANCES AND ACCOMODATION
The CS cartels that supplied transport during the World under 20 championships have not been left behind as they are set to pocket a whooping Ksh 15million for fumigation and another 8million within the next few months, on fumigation related cost and accommodation for match officials during international matches.

10MILLION ON RETREAT
The Care Taker will also spend Ksh 10million on a retreat, to discuss crucial football matters and amendments to the FKF constitution, with a lead consultant who will be hired at a cost of Ksh 3million.

10MILLION TO DRAFT FINAL REPORT
In addition to acquiring high end vehicles and executive office furniture the Caretaker Committee will also spend Ksh 10million to draft and publish their final report to be used in conducting FKF elections.

100MILLION TO HOLD FKF ELECTIONS
According to the leaked budget it will cost tax payers a whooping Ksh 100million to hold FKF elections.

FKF CLUBS TO RECEIVE 400,000
In the budget FKF PL, NSL and WPL clubs will each receive an average of Ksh 400,000 per month, which is less than 10 percent of the total Caretaker Committee budget which stands at over Ksh 875million shillings.

Football is indeed dear to the heart of the CS, with all this I can only request for one thing please consider me for the social media management job, which Nick Mwendwa has denied me for years and let’s all make money while it’s our time to eat.

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    Written by Paul nyongesa

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