NAIROBI – A Nairobi court set conditions embattled Football Kenya Federation (FKF) President Nick Mwendwa should follow.
This is after Mwendwa pleaded not guilty to Sh38 million fraud charge.
The court barred former FKF boss from accessing FKF offices or contacting witnesses.
He was also barred from and publishing in the media anything regarding the case.
Mlimani senior principal magistrate Eunice Nyutu granted him Sh10 million bail or bond of Sh15 million with two sureties of a similar amount.
Mwendwa was detained at Gigiri police cells after his arrest last Friday.
But according to his lawyer Eric Mutua, police will also file a charge of alleged misappropriation of Sh8 million from the federation.
DCI sleuth initially arrested Mwendwa on November 12 and spent a weekend behind bars before being released on a bail of Sh4 million as investigations continued.
Lawyers Mutua and Mutula Kilonzo tried to block the fresh charges citing their legality.