Komora has openly taken a position, and endorsed a consortium that comprises of Icon Sports Marketing and Pewin Motors Limited, contrary to the public officers ethics act.
Pewin Motors Limited is owned by Peter Kirugua, who doubles up as the Chairman of Kenya Forest Service.
Kenya Forest Service is a parastatal under the Ministry of Forestry and Wildlife. The Principal Secretary of the Ministry of Forestry and Wildlife is none other than Mr. Hyslop Ipu, brother to Sports Kenya CEO Gabriel Komora.
In the attached link from the Kenya Forest Service official website, Peter Kirigua is pictured together with Hyslop Ipu, commissioning a new aeroplane to the fleet of KFS.
Which begs the question; why do a group of old men like Peter Kirigua and Hyslop Ipu, who have never set foot in a stadium all their lives, so interested in a football tender?
The only logical explanation is that this is a scam, and there was never any intention to bring top teams from Europe to help market Kenya’s struggling tourism industry. This is just a vehicle to execute another heist as they did in 2013, where US$ 500,000.00 was paid to shadowy UK-based OpenSide Sports as downpayment to bring Arsenal, which all turned out to be a fraud.