A dramatic scene engulfed today in the Ziwani area in Nairobi county after the Orange Democratic Movement party leader right Hon. Raila Amolo Odinga was almost beaten up by a looking insane man forcing his security team to act swiftly to give the former prime minister safe as he was being introduced to the various teams which are set to participate in the said tournament.
Koth Biro football tournament was first held in 1978. Upcoming players get a chance to brush shoulders with established footballers. A tournament is an advocacy tool and a forum to address social and economic issues.
Some of the great players who have featured in the championship include John Bobby Ogolla, Ben Agina, George ‘Djodjo’ Opiyo Dzimbiri, Zablon ‘Pro’ Otieno, Sammy ‘Pamzo’ Omollo, Paul Onyiera, Jack Oguda, Musa Otieno, Jamal Mohammed, Dennis Oliech, Mc Donald Mariga and Victor Mugubi.
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