For decades, the Kenyan flag has flown high in Europe’s elite football courtesy of none other than the Kenyan veteran striker Dennis Oguta Oliech. He has however retired from international football in 2016 but still remains his country’s all-time record goalscorer with 34 goals before retiring from international football. Kenyans have a lot to thank him for.
However, since his return from abroad and shortly played for Gor Mahia, Kenyans have been wondering on his whereabouts. Reports from the media surfaced saying that we was going broke especially after it emerged that he was selling his prime property and apartments. When finally the former Harambee Stars captain broke the silence through an interview with Mozzartbet he revealed that he’d been caught up trying to treat his mother and brother.
Oliech further noted and admitted to have been guilty not seeking help from the public to help set off the bill that had accrued to about 120 million. He said, “My mother’s hospital bill came to around Sh40 million and we had to pay around Sh84 million for Kevin’s bill. You cannot hold on to an asset and your relatives are ill and need your help.” Further added, “The problem was maybe we did not appeal to the public to help us cushion the financial burdens.”
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