Sam Nyamweya set to sue FKF for defamation

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Trouble is looming as Sam Nyamweya threatens to sue Kenya's FA

Former Football Kenya Federation President Sam Nyamweya has notified the federation of his intention to sue them.

This is in response to the decision by FKF to slap a 10-year ban on the former boss in a letter served to him on Tuesday for ‘violating the body’s constitution.’

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According to a letter addressed to FKF President Nick Mwendwa and CEO Robert Muthomi and obtained by Goal, Nyamweya, through his lawyers, has accused the federation for court contempt and defamation.

He therefore demands an immediate apology and compensation from the body, failure to which he will lodge an official court case over the same. Below is part of the letter:Nyamweya demand letter 1

Nyamweya demand letter 2

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