Allegations of match fixing in KPL

The Football Federation of Kenya (FKF) has found itself in a tight spot over allegations of match fixing within Kenya Premier League (KPL). FKF President Nick Mwendwa has come out to acknowledge having received the said allegation and promised to take investigations into the same.

He took to his twitter account to state, “Allegedly a coach caught using his players for match fixing. New frontier in Kenyan footall ! We have to up our game now in ensuring we deal with it. Eish ! More updates to come !!”

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The allegation is arising from accusations towards Kakamega Homeboyz coach, Paul Nkata, that he has been using some of his players to fix matches.

In the last seven games, Kakamega Homeboyz have been winless. This is the trend that triggered eyebrows to be raised and internal investigations within the team began.

It is said that Paul Nkata has fled the country as he is being sought after. At the moment, Allan Wanga has taken over the role in an acting capacity.


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