Kenyans are waiting for President William Ruto to appoint his cabinet. For sports fans, the main focus will be on the choice of the Sports Cabinet Secretary.
This comes as embattled Football Kenya Federation(FKF) President, Nick Mwendwa, was reinstated after graft allegations were dropped by President Ruto’s administration.
Just like most ministries, the one dealing with sports which is a multi-million dollar industry is overly critical and especially given that the country is a globally respected sporting powerhouse. There is unanimity that Kenya’s football requires urgent resuscitation.
In my opinion, the biggest concern that the ministry should look into is corruption which is responsible for throwing Kenya in trouble with the world governing body, Fifa, which suspended the country over what it termed as government interference in the sport after it disbanded FKF over graft.
Do you think Ruto’s administration will be able to fight graft in the sports ministry and revive the once vibrant sports sector in the country?
We expect the new Sports CS to have his/her in-tray full in dealing with the deficiencies of a number of disciplines.
Meanwhile, here are news stories making headlines on Opera News today;of a number of d
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