The federation moved quickly to give K’Ogalo their prize money for winning the domestic cup played at Nyayo Stadium
Gor Mahia receives their prize money for winning the FKF Shield Cup.
The Kenyan champions were at odds with the Football Kenya Federation as they still had to receive their prize money of Ksh2million two weeks ago after beating rival AFC Leopards 4-2 at Nyayo Stadium.
The delay in receiving the money saw K’Ogalo and AFC, who were eligible to receive Ksh1million because they were second, beat their Mashemeji derby match at Thika Stadium on Saturday in protest.
However, FKF decided to end the tension by giving Gor Mahia their Ksh2 million money, and it was personally picked up by the club’s secretary general, Sam Ochola, but AFC Leopards will have to wait because they still need their bank issued details.
What does FKF say?
“We gave Gor Mahia Ksh2 million to win the Betway FKF Shield Cup, they wanted it in cash, not through the bank, but AFC Leopards have not yet received their Ksh1 million because they are not responding to us yet. letter not, “said Barry, CEO of FKF. Otieno tells Purpose on Wednesday.
‘I know people will ask why we gave Gor money, and we fined them, but the reason they received was meant for the Shield Cup and is not related to the league.
“We are now waiting for AFC to confirm their bank account, or if they also want to choose the same at our office, we have also transferred the other amount to third place in Equity Bank.”
What does FKF say about ban?
On Wednesday, FKF has confirmed that they have officially lodged formal complaints to take further action against the chairmen of Gor Mahia and AFC Leopards, Ambrose Rachier and Dan Shikanda.
The two officials were provisionally banned from two weeks each after their teams did not show up for the long-awaited derby.
In the letter to Rachier and Shikanda dated 3 August 2021, it reads: “The Football Kenya Federation has lodged a formal complaint against you, a copy of which is attached with the annexures.
‘You are required within seven  days of service to respond to the complaint through a witness[es] statement[s] or an affidavit[s] along with any submissions you wish to make by sending the same by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org to the committee.
A hard copy of it may also be deposited at the FKF headquarters in a sealed envelope addressed to the chairperson, FKF-PL IDAC.
‘Note that if you do not respond within the given time, the committee will consider the complaint and return with its decision.