Nkata who once won the kenya premiere league (KPL) title with the East African breweries sponsored club Tusker fc has said that he has never been involved in match fixing since he joined football carrier.
The Ugandan international professional coach insisted that the poor performance that was seen in the club was just normal and should never be associated with match fixing allegations.
He called on FKF in conjunction with FIFA to conduct investigations to reveal the truth hoping that the investigation will prove him innocent.
The head coach reportedly left Kenya even before he received his resignation letter after being alleged with match fixing saga .
Nkata who previously coached the only kenya premier league coastal based side Bandari, Tusker and Kakamega Boyz doesn’t rule out a return to the country for another coaching job.