LONDON: Speedy bowling terrific Michael Keeping has alleged misuse of 50 % a million US dollars that BCCI donated to Cricket West Indies aside from increasing significant questions on the financial management of the game’s governing overall body in the island nations.
On a YouTube exhibit, Holding displayed the audit report of Pannell Kerr Foster (PKF) on cricket governance in the Caribbean and lifted various pink flags. He also touched on the donation CWI received from the Indian cricket board (BCCI) for the reward of its former players.
“Way again in 2013-2014, the BCCI donated 50 % a million US dollars specially to go to previous players. I am a earlier player, not that I want any of it but I know a ton of past players, I have never heard that not even just one cent out of that half a million likely to any earlier player.
“I am absolute confident if they (CWI) experienced performed that, they would have manufactured a significant hullabaloo about it. The place is that 50 percent a million pounds? I will explain to the viewers pretty shortly,” reported claimed the 66-calendar year-aged.
With the audit report in his palms, the legendary Jamaican questioned why it has not gone community. He claimed the more he reads the report, the additional offended he will get.
“Former President to Primary Ministers (of a variety of islands) have been contacting for forensic report over the governance of cricket in the Caribbean. The recent routine did not do a forensic audit, but they did an audit. They had the report in January but in no way released it.
“The 60-site report does not seem great. It is a damning and harsh report. I want to delve into it,” reported Holding.
Holding explained CWI should make the audit report general public.
“They can assert confidentiality if they are a non-public organization. You can not declare to be a non-public company if you have public share-holders. The share-holders of CWI are 6 regional boards. They are hiding guiding a clause to not launch the report,” he included.