Reports: Ugandan Coach Flees Kenya After Match Fixing Allegations

Featured Image: Coach Nkata – courtesy photo.

Coach Paul Nkata has already left Kenya after being fired by Kakamega Home Boys over Match fixing allegations, Reports claim.

Police is in search for Nkata and Hamza Kalanzi after the said scandal.

Kakamega’s Club Chairman Cleophas Shimanyula revealed the development:

“We’ve already reported to the police with recorded evidence and written to the federation over the same.

“He has been using one of the players, George Mandela, to influence the other six with a figure between KSh50,000 (UGX 1,821,802) to KSh200,000 (UGX 7,287,208) per game.”

Kakamega who will face Bandari on Wednesday sit in 13th place and have managed two wins, three draws and four losses.

Nkata is a former coach of Muhoroni Youth, Nairobi City Stars, Tusker and Bandari – He won the KPL title with Tusker in 2016.

Nkata born March 1962, recently resigned from the coaching role of URA after a humiliating loss to KCCA FC on April 2018.