BREAKING: Nyamweya sues FKF, KPL over league standoff

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The FKF-KPL scuffle over league composition has taken another twist

Former Football Kenya Federation President Sam Nyamweya has taken FKF and Sports Disputes Tribunal to court over the country’s league stand-off.

Nyamweya has particularly accused FKF President Nick Mwendwa and his CEO Robert Muthomi for wanting to manage KPL, a league he says is a preserve of Kenyan Premier League Limited. KPL CEO Jack Oguda is also enjoined in the case.

He is also against the involvement of Sports Disputes Tribunal in forcing the league to be expanded from 16 teams to 18.

Nyamweya also reads mischief in Club Licensing rule that has been imposed to clubs and affected Muhoroni Youth and Sofapaka having been ‘relegated’ by the federation. 

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Here is the petition in parts

Introduction of Sam Nyamweya's case against KPL,FKF and SDT on league stalemate

Sam Nyamweya's petition against KPL,FKF and SDT on league stalemate

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