BY SAM ALFAN.
Embattled Football Kenya Federation (FKF) president Nicholas Mwendwa has been charged with fraudulent acquisition of over Sh37 million belonging to the public.
Mwendwa appeared before Milimani Anti-Corruption court Magistrate Nyutu and denied the charges.
The charges stated that he conspired with others to defraud FKF of Sh29, 502,709 between April 16 and May 31 this year at an unknown place.
Further, it is alleged that on March 5 this year at unknown place, Mwendwa jointly with others not before court, fraudulently acquired Sh5 million property of FKF.
On the third count, Mwendwa is accused of acquiring Sh2.5 million, with others not before court. On the last count, he is accused of fraudulently acquiring Sh1 million property of FKF.
The court directed him to part with cash bail of Sh10 million or bond of 15 million, to secure his release.
The magistrate also barred him from discussing the matter with the media.