Football Kenya Federation has launched the Integrity action plan on Saturday, March 13, 2021, in an effort aimed at upholding the core values of the FKF leagues.

In a workshop that brought together FKF Premier League club chairmen, the Federation’s newly appointed Integrity Officer, Mike Kamure, who will head an integrity department in line with FIFA and CAF regulations, took the chairmen through the plan. It entails the Federation’s strategy on raising awareness on match manipulation, as well as its detection and response strategy.

An online reporting mechanism, which allows you to confidentially raise the flag on suspicious activity, has also been set up and can be accessed via this link.

“Match manipulation is a global concern. FKF with the assistance of CAF and FIFA has proactively set up this workshop to inform and educate clubs through their officials on the importance of detecting and preventing the vice in order to protect the integrity of the game,” said FKF CEO, Barry Otieno.

The integrity plan workshop will be part of the continuous process that will target all the stakeholders including, club officials, players, media, and match officials across all the FKF leagues.

18 FKF Premier League clubs’ representatives attended the inaugural FKF integrity workshop

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