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Did Kenya Vote For Morocco? Here’s How 2026 Ballot Went

Football Kenya Federation President, Nick Mwendwa, greets Kakamega Homeboyz FC players before the start of their 2018 SportPesa Super Cup quarterfinal against Yanga SC at Afraha Stadium, Nakuru on Sunday, June 3, 2018. PHOTO/SPN
Football Kenya Federation President, Nick Mwendwa, greets Kakamega Homeboyz FC players before the start of their 2018 SportPesa Super Cup quarterfinal against Yanga SC at Afraha Stadium, Nakuru on Sunday, June 3, 2018. PHOTO/SPN
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NAIROBI, Kenya- African countries including Kenya did not let Morocco down when the voting for the 2026 FIFA World Cup was conducted on Wednesday in Russia.

Football Kenya Federation President, Nick Mwendwa, who voted on behalf of the country, joined fellow continental chiefs except Zimbabwe in voting en masse for Morocco that polled 65 according to figures released by world governing body FIFA.

As promised, FIFA released all the votes publicly after the conclusion of balloting in enhancing transparency in the game following the scandal that erupted following the awarding of Russia 2018 and Qatar 2022 world cups.

The corruption allegations of vote buying and gifts that followed forced former President, Sepp Blatter and his heir apparent, Michel Platini out of football as Swiss national, Gianni Infantino, ascended to the top seat promising report.

Here is the result of the ballot that saw the joint North American bid of USA, Mexico and Canada win the rights to hold the 2026 finals in 2,920 days.


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