The embattled president of the Football Kenya Federation, Nick Mwendwa, has been set free.

The state has closed his case file after the prosecution failed to prefer charges against him.

The prosecution told the court that there were no charges filed against Mwendwa after a fortnight’s investigation.

Mwendwa was arrested on November 12 over football graft allegations and spent that weekend in custody at Gigiri Police Station.

He was arrested shortly after the CS Sports Amina Mohamed disbanded FKF and sent Mwendwa and his team packing over allegations of mismanagements.

Mwendwa was released on a Sh7 million bond with two sureties or a cash bail of Sh4 million.

The court barred him from accessing the FKF offices, conducting any media interviews in the interim or attending any football activities.