Born in 1994, Michael Olunga grew up in a modest home in Nairobi's Lakisama area. His education began at Babadogo Primary School, where he started playing football with his classmates at the age of 8. Later, he transferred to Upper Hill Secondary School, where the football coach noticed his talent and immediately added him to the team.
His football prowess during his time at Upper Hill helped the school reach the national level, and he was named the most valuable player both at the county and national levels of his home country of Kenya, not only for his outstanding athletic abilities but also for tallying the most goals during the competition. Olunga's star was rising.
The engineer is Michael Olunga. is a Kenyan international who is causing havoc in Japan's top division right now. The tall Striker has swiftly become well-known in the football world.
When Olunga was a player for Gor Mahia, he helped the team win the KPL title and finished as its leading scorer, and this is when his career really took off.
Olunga moved to Djugardens in 2016, and for the Swedish team, he played 27 times and scored 12 goals there. Numerous sources claim that before departing for Sweden, he demanded a salary of Ksh 1.5 million per month, a demand that Gor Mahia was unable to satisfy.
Olunga makes $150k per month in Japan (Ksh 15M). According to various rumors, the striker might complete a high-profile transfer to Europe during the current transfer window. He has received interest from numerous clubs.
He established a record by being the first Kenyan to play for Premier League clubs in England.
He was raised alongside Mercy, Thomas, Mcdonald, and Sylvester. He was born in Nairobi 31 years ago.
Following his time with Nairobi City Stars and AFC Leopards, he began playing football at JMJ Academy. Helsingbord was where he began his international career in 2007, followed by Beerchot the following year and Celtic in 2011. Before joining Tottenham, he made his EPL debut for Southampton, where he was paid Ksh 266.6M annually. His club was forced to sell him to Montreal after he sustained a string of injuries, and there he now makes Ksh. 24 million per month.
The sum of money Wanyama is amassing inspires other athletes to work hard in their sporting careers in an effort to reach the level Wanyama is at right now. Other players, such as the international player Engineer Micheal Olunga, among others who played overseas and earned a respectable sum of money, in addition to Wanyama, a player from Kenya, also play in other countries.
Kenyans are familiar with Victor Wanyama as a player for the Harambee Stars national team. Wanyama, a midfielder for Tottenham, was also the first Kenyan player to compete in the English Premier League.
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