Kenya Police players and officials were educated on football integrity today, Monday, November 14, 2022, by FKF Integrity Officer Mike Kamure.

The team was taught about match-fixing and its effects, why it is essential to preserve football’s integrity, and how to recognize, resist and report suspicious incidents.

They were also guided through the identification and reporting mechanisms for match-fixing in the game, which included the FIFA portal, the FKF Integrity Portal, and the FKF Integrity Hotline number +254790115228.

In the FKF Premier League, Football Kenya Federation has previously held sessions with Bandari, Kariobangi Sharks, Tusker Ulinzi, Posta Rangers, and KCB.

The integrity course has also been completed by FKF Premier League Club Chairmen and CEOs, CAF C Coaching course participants, and FKF County Women Representatives.