Williamson had moved to court in 2017 over what he termed unfair dismissal by FKF President Nick Mwendwa in 2016.
The orders to freeze the accounts were granted last week and extended on Wednesday.
The court had awarded Williamson Sh57,371,363.33 after he was unfairly and unlawfully fired by FKF.
Justice Byram Ongaya issued the orders after the representatives of Williamson returned to court seeking justice and were granted ex-parte orders.
Justice Ongaya ordered:
That an ex-parte order be issued against the garnishee herein attaching forthwith all the funds held in bank account numbers ######### due to the judgment debtor to satisfy the balance of the decretal sum being KSh57,371,363.33…,.
The orders further read: “That the application herein is certified as urgent and service upon the garnishee be dispensed within the first instance on account of its urgency.”