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The Caretaker Committee gives a budget of Ksh 875m for just 6months,three times of ministry’s expenditure on football for three years


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Taxpayers should be prepared to cough up a whopping Ksh875 million which is the budget set by the government to facilitate the recently appointed Caretaker Committee mandated by Sports Cabinet Secretary Amina Mohammed to run football in the country for the next six months after she disbanded Football Kenya Federation (FKF) almost a fort night ago.

Ironically, Mwendwa, who is facing conviction in court over failure to account for Ksh512 million he allegedly received from the government towards football development in the country, has thrown down the gauntlet, claiming that the federation only received a total of Ksh354 million during the specified period.

In the statistics that are bound to send tongues wagging following a leaked budget, a total of Ksh100 million out of the amount is meant as honoraria for the committee and its secretariat led by retired judge Aaron Ringera and television journalist Linda Ogutu respectively.

According to sources within the CS, who formed the committee following widespread claims of financial impropriety by the federation, has no qualms in the government spending a substantial amount of money to weed out corrupt officials in the federation, a Fifa ban on the country notwithstanding.

According to the budget, it will cost taxpayers a whooping Ksh100million to hold the federation’s elections even as other miscellaneous expenses were calculated totalling to over Ksh800 million.

On the flip side, each of the Kenyan Premier League, National Super League (NSL) and Women Premier League clubs will each receive an average of Ksh400,000 per month.

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