29 Mar, 10:01
Muhoroni Youth FC chairman Moses Adagala has taken a swipe at Football Kenya Federation (FKF) over a ten year ban slapped on former FKF chief Sam Nyamweya.
On Tuesday 28 March, FKF in a letter to the former football supremo announced that it has imposed a ten year ban on the long serving football admin for taking football matters to an ordinary court. The ban is set to be ratified by FKF AGM slated for later this year.
Nyamweya's ban has elicited mixed reactions from different quarters and Adagala who has been at loggerheads with the federation in recent weeks following his side's 'relegation' from KPL feels the current regime is turning dictatorial.
-What Nick Mwendwa and his cronies are doing is very wrong, they are taking us back to dictatorial regimes witnessed in the past. It is every Kenyan's right to seek justice in a court of law when aggrieved and what Nyamweya did is the right thing to do, the law of the land is supreme to any other law.. Mwendwa and his team have shown that they have selfish agendas and as football stakeholders in this country we will not sit back and let two or three people ruin the good game, Adagala told Futaa.com.
Nyamweya has since responded to FKF's ban and even threatened to sue FKF for defamation.