Football Kenya Federation president, Nick Mwendwa, has condoled with the family of the late Mohamed Hatimy who passed on last night at a coastal hospital.
In a message of condolences to family, friends and the entire Kenya football fraternity, the president said: “It is with great sadness that I am compelled to deliver this message of condolence and tribute to a great man who promoted football in Kenya as an administrator.”
“We have learnt with shock, horror and disbelief the death of my senior Football Kenya Limited (FKL) chairman Mohamed Hatimy following his untimely death last night.
The late had been among the 7 Mombasa county representatives who had been diagnosed with Covid that led to the closure of the county assembly.
On behalf of Football Kenya Federation (FKF), we convey our deep sorrow, sympathy and heartfelt condolences to the family, friends and football fraternity for losing this great soccer leader.” Mwendwa added.
He described the one-time president of the federation; as a dedicated leader of this beautiful game, who worked tirelessly with his immeasurable contributions to make our football great.
The late soccer administrator is expected to be buried today.