1. Victor Wanyama, Sh20-25 million.
Wanyama is undoubtedly one of the all-time greats in the history of Kenyan football, making him also one of the wealthiest. Victor is known for winning several honors on different football clubs and straddled the football field like a Colossus. He is pegged to be procuring Ksh20-35million a month. He was also known for buying an Sh25 million car.
2. McDonald Mariga, $1.3 million.
McDonald Mariga Wanyama is a retired Kenyan footballer who played as a defensive midfielder for the Kenya national team. Mariga made history as the first Kenyan footballer to play in the UEFA Champions League, for Internazionale on 16 March 2010. In 2019 he joined politics to vie for Kibera parliamentary seat after the death of Ken Okoth. He earned around $1.3 million per month.
3. Michael Olunga, Sh14 million.
Michael Olunga Ogada is a Kenyan professional footballer who plays as a forward for Qatari club Al-Duhail and the Kenya national team. He earns around Sh14 million per month.
4. Patrick Osiako, Sh7 million.
Patrick Osiako is a Kenyan footballer who plays for FC Linköping City as a midfielder. Patrick Osiako earns around Sh7 million per month.
5. Jamal Mohammed, Sh3.5 million.
Jamal Mohamed, commonly known as Jamal Malo, is a Kenyan footballer who plays for Al-Nasr S.C.S.C. in Oman Professional League. Jamal is paid Sh3.5 million per month.
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