After an absence of over a year, Nick Mwendwa’s offices reopened, allowing him to resume his role as president of the Football Kenya Federation (FKF).
The president, who is scheduled to give a press conference, arrived with police officers who had been sent to ensure the safety of the event.
The FKF president was seen online opening the gates to the headquarters at Kasarani, which are located in close proximity to the Kasarani Stadium in Nairobi.
Barry Otieno, the CEO of FKF, and other employees who had been expelled from the company joined him.
FIFA required that he return to his position before it would withdraw the suspension it had placed on Kenya.
On Thursday, September 8th, he emailed FIFA President Gianni Infantino to reaffirm that he was once again in charge of Kenyan football.
Mwendwa said that the criminal charges brought against him were dropped by the DCI. He was accused of misusing his position and stealing money by Ambassador Amina Mohamed, who was in charge of the Ministry of Sports at the time.