Kenya police FC players have join the list of Kenyan footballers who have in the recent past served in the law enforcement agencies: including Police officers, GSU officers and the military.
David "Messi" Owino, Bolton Omwenga, Haron Shavaka, Yusuf Mainge, Job Ochieng, Reuben Juma, Soita, Musamali and Kevin Ouma have all passed out today as GSU officers from the Utawala Recruits Training Colleges.
President William Ruto presided over the passing out parade this being the third lot of police to graduate, that the president presiding over. More than 1,995 administration police officers graduated from a training programme.
In the past some of the footballers have been offered with the opportunity to serve in the law enforcement agencies but they declined some believing that their football careers would be affected with limited time in the new careers.
Some of this footballers include Chris Kasuti Mark Makwata of Ulinzi John softie Ndirangu formerly with Nakuru all stars Samuel Onyango former ulinzi now in Zambia and former Kenyan international goalkeeper Kasaya.
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