The FIFA World Cup is the most watched sporting tournament on the planet with billions of viewers tuning in to their Television Screens every four years to get a glimpse of the popular footballers helping their teams try and lift the trophy.
Picture courtesy. Trophy arrives in Nairobi.
Among the 32 teams that participate in the tournament, there can only be one winner and this usually are the ones who are handed the trophy by the President of FIFA.
This year's tournament will be held in Qatar and will begin in November, concluding in December of this year in a World Cup that might usher the end of the era of Cristiano Ronaldo of Portugal and Lionel Messi of Argentina.
The trophy, is not allowed to be touched by anyone else besides the players and the staff of the team that do win the trophy at the tournament and the most recent winners are France.
The trophy, is taken around the globe by Coca-cola before the tournament and in these tours, only the Presidents of the Countries they visit are allowed to touch it.
Today will be the second time that the trophy arrives in the country under the leadership of President Uhuru Kenyatta.
According to reliable reports from Jomo Kenyatta International Airport this afternoon, the trophy has landed in the country in a heavily guarded Private Jet.
The trophy will thence be taken to State House Nairobi before the public can be allowed to view it later on as per the reports that we have gathered.
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