NAIROBI, Kenya 5 August – The Ethics and Anti Corruption Commission (EACC) have issued summons to Football Kenya Federation (FKF) officials to appear before them in relation to the corruption allegations levelled against them.
Yassin Amaro, the public relations consultant of the commission confirmed to supersport.com that the summons were issued last Friday after the investigating officer did his preliminary investigations.
“Yes I can confirm the FKF officials have been issued with summonses to appear before the EACC but I cannot specify the dates given by the investigating officer who was handling the case. Basically the federation officials are expected to give their side of the story and present documents to back up their claims,” Amaro told supersport.com.
Last month, FKF National Executive Committee member Hussein Terry presented documents to the anti corruption body citing that $410,000 had been embezzled by the federation’s chairman.
Source – Supersport.com