The federation boss now says they will not appeal against the decision by the African body to ban the CEO and fine them
Football Kenya Federation has reacted to the move by the Confederation of African Football to ban CEO Barry Otieno and fine the body after the official allegedly tore apart PCR tests for Covid-19 before their away match against Comoros.
On Saturday, Caf issued a statement stating they had banned Otieno and Harambee Stars team manager Ronny Oyando for six months each and also fined the federation (USD 20, 000 approximately Ksh2million) for their conduct during the African Cup of Nations qualifier in Moroni. Caf accused Otieno and Oyando of tearing apart the report which indicated four Kenyan players had tested positive for Covid-19. By Dennis Mabuka, Goal
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