Harambee stars forward Michael Olunga has once again shared a motivational message to the Kenyan youths working under unwelcoming circumstances. The mercurial forward posted a photo of himself captioned with 40 degrees Celsius. The striker says that "we keep working.. "He was later engaged by some youths who commented on his post. He was able to answer6a few questions. The Kenyan international striker claims that working is the only way despite the difficult circumstances in the work places.
According to him, Qatar is hotter than Mombasa but he keeps on working since life is hard to lazy around. He has been working on his fitness ahead of the most anticipated league. Olunga will be tasked with scoring goals for Harambee Stars against Uganda Cranes in Nairobi next month.
He will be hoping to revive the national team dreams of qualifying for the world cup in their first ever qualification. Ghost Mulee will be forced to hand the armband to the striker is he is among the most experienced players in the country at the moment. We wish the team all the best ahead of the World Cup qualifiers. For more news updates tap on the follow link on the top right corner.
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