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The Five Best Kenyan Football Commentators

Kenyan radios have had some of the best football commentators that have kept listeners glued to the radio stations all through.

Before TV came into the country in large numbers and everyone could afford it, there was radio and people loved listening to sports shows.

These commentators have amassed a huge following over the years as many people love listening to them talk about their favorite football stars playing football.

The English Premier League is especially a favorite of many who love listening to it on the radio to the sound of these commentators.

Below are the five Best Football commentators of all time:

Mohamed Juma Njuguna

Mohammed Juma Njuguna was one of the best football commentators of all time given his flair in reporting.

He started his work at Voice of Kenya before moving onto other radio stations until his sudden demise a few years ago.

Picture courtesy. Mohamed Juma Njuguna.

Stephen Mukangai

Stephen Mukangai is one of the best radio personalities in the country working at Radio Jambo where he is always commentating.

He has a huge following on not just the radio but also on social media where he recently won an award for the most outstanding radio sports personality in the country.

Picture courtesy. Stephen Mukangai.

Fred Arocho

Fred is known for his stories with his coach during his days as a player but currently works with Radio Jambo.

Fred is beloved all over the country for the way that he tells stories during football games from the English Premier League that keeps people glued to the radio.

Picture courtesy. Fred Arocho.

Torome Tirike aka Double T

Torome Tirike started out as a sports anchor at Kenya Broadcasting Corporation (KBC) but moved on to commentating on football.

He is remembered for the way he pronounces his name as Double T that is well known across the country.

Picture courtesy. Torome Tirike.

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