The FIFA rule of non-interference: how it contributes to corruption and how it contravenes Kenyan law
The FIFA rule of non-interference was created undoubtedly with good intention, that is, for the betterment and development of football around the world by preventing governmental and political interference in football matters. However, this rule protects corrupt football officials because they cannot be summoned by the courts or governmental institutions of their own states to answer for their malpractices. As a result, the FIFA rule of non-interference contravenes national law. This dissertation aims to discuss how the FIFA rule of non-interference contributes to corruption and how it contravenes Kenyan law.