Football Kenya Federation acts tough on illegal academies
28 March 2014, 11:30
Nairobi - Football Kenya Federation FKF has threatened to crack down on the mushrooming of illegal
academies in the country.
has instructed its branches to collect a database of all academies within their
A circular signed by FKF CEO Michael Esakwa and addressed
to all branches read partly:
executing our core mandate which includes but not limited to policy formulation, streamlining and regulation of
football ion all its form, a task force was established to address the issue of
Football Academies within the context of their legal existence, ownership,
physical location, age group categories, linkages with external bodies within
an without the borders of our nation and any other relevant information that
may assist the task force in its work.
"In view of
the above you are required within 7 days from the date of this memo to furnish
the FKF National office with information on football academies in your area of
jurisdiction as required by the task force.’’
The letter was
copied top all sub branches, NEC members and FKF president Sam Nyamweya.