Nick Mwendwa was arrested on 12 November, a day after Sports Minister Amina Mohamed set up a caretaker committee to run the Football Kenya Federation (FKF) after an investigation uncovered alleged financial irregularities during his tenure.
The money laundering case against Deshmukh and others was made out after the CBI booked him in a corruption case related to allegations of at least Rs 100 crore bribery made by former Mumbai police commissioner Param Bir Singh
Football Kenya Federation (FKF) boss Nick Mwendwa was picked up by police at a Nairobi hotel the day after the government set up a caretaker committee to run the body and further investigate alleged financial irregularities during his tenure.
He made the statements a day after Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray launched a no-holds-barred attack on the BJP during the Shiv Sena's Dussehra rally in Nagpur
Pandora Papers: Call to tighten regulations gets louder as leak reveals London as hub for tax avoidance
Treasury chief Rishi Sunak said Britain’s tax authorities will inspect the Pandora Papers and defended the country’s record on tackling tax avoidance
Surjewala pointed out that it has now come out that the e-commerce giant spent Rs 8,546 crore in 'legal fees', whereas India's Law Ministry's annual budget is only Rs 1,100 crore
The police officer has been identified as Colonel Alexey Safonov of Russia's Stavropol region. He is reportedly accused of running a mafia gang along with his 35 officers.
Dassault Rafale deal: France's PNF appoints judge to probe 'corruption' in sale of 36 fighter jets to India
The PNF had intially refused to investigate the sale of Dassault's Rafale jets, prompting French investigative website Mediapart to accuse it and the French Anti-corruption Agency of "burying" suspicions surrounding the September 2016 deal
Despite a plethora of legal frameworks to address the issue of corruption, it has barely helped address it on the ground
The real business of politics: Parties are united by one ideology — maximising profit, maintaining systems of power
The politicians are only the stars of the election movies in which voters are the audience and party workers, the extras. The real power, ultimately, resides with those who decide which star and which script to back: the financiers.
Ex-Mumbai CP Param Bir Singh accuses home minister Anil Deshmukh of 'malpractices' in letter to Thackeray
Deshmukh, however, has denied the allegations and accused the former Mumbai Police commissioner of trying to "save himself" as investigations on Waze are leading to him as well
No signs have emerged of support for the protesters within the government, the Parliament, big business or the security services, which all remain firmly in Vladimir Putin’s grasp
India also has the most number of people who use personal connections to get access to public services, according to a new report by the corruption watchdog
'Dynastic corruption' has become culture in some states, hollowing out country like termites, says Narendra Modi
Inaugurating the national conference on vigilance and anti-corruption organised by the CBI, the prime minister said that inaction in a single corruption case forms the foundation for future scams and corruption
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) confirmed that a player reported an approach from a suspected bookmaker during the National T20 Cup, currently in progress in Rawalpindi.
Congress demands BS Yediyurappa's resignation over corruption allegations against kin, seeks judicial probe
Citing media reports, Congress spokesperson Abhishek Singhvi on Sunday alleged that the BJP government in Karnataka is "engulfed in the clutches of corruption with dented, tainted leaders ruling the roost"
A highest of 20 such cases were related to Indian Railways, while three each were flagged in Central Board of Indirect Taxes and Customs (CBIC), and Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) Ltd
Former IAAF president Lamine Diack sentenced to two years in prison after being found guilty of corruption
Diack was found guilty of multiple corruption charges and of breach of trust but acquitted of a money laundering charge.
Germany said that testing by a military laboratory showed “proof without doubt of a chemical nerve agent from the Novichok group" used in a 2018 attack on former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter in England
France and the international community have said they will not provide financial assistance to Lebanon unless it implements radical changes