•The CS said the committee will run the affairs of FKF in accordance with its constitution.
•"The Caretaker Committee shall be assisted in the execution of its mandate by the Secretariat."
Sports Cabinet Secretary, Amina Mohamed has gazetted the newly appointed Football Kenya Federation Caretaker Committee and Secretariat.
In a gazette notice dated November 11, the CS said the committee will run the affairs of FKF in accordance with its constitution.
"The Caretaker Committee shall hold office for a period of six (6) months with effect from 11th November, 2021," the notice said.
"The Caretaker Committee shall be assisted in the execution of its mandate by the Secretariat."
The committee will be based, and will run its operations from the Ministry of Sports, Culture and Heritage headquarters.
The 15-member committee will be chaired by retired judge Aaron Ringera.
Other members include General (Rtd) Moses Oyugi, Fatma Adan, Philip Musyimi Mue, Anthony L. Isayi, Elisha Chepchieng Kiplagat, Hassan Mahmoud Haji, Fredrick Tureisa Lekesike and Mwangi Muthee, Neddy Atieno, J.J Masiga, Bobby Ogola, Richard Omwela, Titus Kasuve, and Ali Amour.
The secretariat will be led by Linda Oguttu, who will be assisted by Michael Mucheni (Secretary), Lorine Nerea Shitubi (Joint Secretary), Caesar Handa, Habo Mwachiro, Edward Rombo, Hiba Hussein, Gabriel Warigi, Dr Walter Ongeti, Rashid Khamisi Ali Shedu, Hon. Rachael Kamweru and Robin Toskin.
On Thursday, Amina disbanded the Football Kenya Federation after receiving an audit report from Sports Registrar, Rose Wasike.
While responding to the CS, FKF president Nick Mwendwa rubbished the committee appointed and vowed to fight any attempts to eject his five-year old administration from office.
Mwendwa insisted he still remains the bona fide president of the local football governing body.
“We, the ousted FKF officials, shall remain in charge, and football will continue in this country under our leadership,” he said.
He added that FKF was only answerable to its regulator, Fifa, and the Ministry of Sports had no authority whatsoever over its affairs.
World football governing body Fifa on Thursday threatened to ban Kenya from participating in its activities if the decision to disband Football Kenya Federation is not reversed.
Chief Member Associations Officer Kenny Jean-Marie said CS Amina Mohamed’s decision was against Fifa rules.