Extreme Sports wants FKF officials jailed

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Extreme Sports CEO Hussein Mohammed

Grassroots football Organizers Extreme Sports LTD through the company lawyer K.N Mburu and Associates Advocates has made an application to the high court seeking that FKF President Nick Mwendwa and CEO be jailed for contempt of court.

Extreme sports is accusing Football Kenya Federetion officials for failure to honour court orders when they threatened to suspend all clubs, individuals, club officials and players participating and involved in organisation of the grassroot Leagues and Tournaments.

Extreme sports stated in the letter that “On 29th August, 2009 the Honourable Lady Justice B. Thuranira issued a High Court Order stopping the threatened suspensions and, further, lifting any suspension that had been made by FKF regarding the letter of 5th August, 2016. The Court Order is still in force.”

“By tabling an Agenda item for the suspensions at the AGM held on Saturday 15th October, 2016, and by proceeding to vote on and effect the suspensions, Nick Mwendwa, Robert Muthomi, and indeed FKF are in contempt of Court.”

“Consequently, an application has been made to the said High Court seeking that Nick Mwendwa and Robert Muthomi be jailed for six (6) months for contempt of Court.

The application is coming up for hearing on 26th October, 2016.

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