Extreme Sports CEO Hussein Mohammed has vowed to bring back integrity and accountability into the management of football in the country.
Speaking after attending a funds drive in aid of Kenya Police ahead of the 2023-24 FKF Premier League season which kicks off on August 26, Hussein, who has openly declared his interest to succeed Nick Mwendwa as the President of FKF, said: “Football has the potential to attract big sponsorship, but we must first bring back integrity and accountability into the management of the game.”
Mohammed further wished Police all the best in the new campaign: “It was with pleasure that I attended the fundraiser of Police FC,” adding: “I wished the team well as they prepare for the new season.”
FKF is scheduled to go for elections to pick new officials early next year. The law Enforcers will be taking part in the top flight for the season in a row, having been promoted last campaign when they finished third on the 18-team table with 64 points from 34 matches. They managed 18 wins, 10 draws and lost only six matches.
Police under coach Francis Baraza have already reinforced their squad in readiness for the new campaign with former Gor Mahia midfielder Kenneth Muguna and Tyson Otieno from Kariobangi Sharks among the new faces in the club.