Suspended Football Kenya Federation (FKF) boss Nick Mwendwa has been released from police custody on a cash bail of Ksh10 million or a bond of Ksh15 million with two sureties of a similar amount.
Mwendwa was released from police custody on Tuesday, November 30, on condition that he deposits his passport with the court.
The court further directed that he should not access FKF offices without its permission.
The suspended FKF boss has also been barred from interfering with any of the prosecution witnesses either directly or indirectly through his proxies.
Mwendwa has also been restrained from discussing the subject matter in any media until it's heard and determined.
Mwendwa is expected to answer two charges of fraud with the first stating that he failed to account for Ksh29.5 million said to be missing from FKF’s accounts.
In the second account, Mwendwa is supposed to account for Ksh8.5 million which detectives say was misappropriated.