In Kenya, English Premier League (EPL) is arguably one of the most followed and watched football leagues as it has attracted a huge fan base and our politicians have not been left behind as they show support to their affiliated clubs. Additionally, there are 3 football clubs that have a large following over the years and they are Chelsea, Manchester United and Arsenal FC.
Some politicians have not shied away from announcing the clubs they support and here is a comprehensive list of politicians and the clubs they support.
Deputy President William Ruto - He has not shied away from declaring his support for Arsenal FC despite the poor run of results in the recent seasons.[Photo courtesy]
Former Prime Minister Raila Amollo Odinga - He is a big supporter of Arsenal FC and yesterday after the icon derby win against Tottenham FC Raila captioned on his social media platforms "Back to winning ways! Well in Arsenal."[Photos courtesy]
Musalia Mudavadi - He is a staunch supporter of the red devils alias Manchester United.[Photo courtesy]
Nominated senator Millicent Omanga - She is a big supporter of Machester United and judging from the activities on her social media she has visited the Theatre of Dreams popularly known as Old Trafford (Man Utd's stadium).[Photo courtesy]
Elgeyo Marakwet Senator Kipchumba Murkomen - He is a big football fanatic who enjoys both watching and playing football as he represents Bunge FC in various regional competitions. He is a big Manchester United fan. He has also made it to the Old Trafford stadium and dressing room.[Photos courtesy]
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