The Football Kenyan Federation and Kenya as a country has entered into a session of morning after sad news was announced. On a famous news reporter's page, the sad news was has been announced. Carol Rudull posted a former Harambee Stars and Kakamega High school winger reporting his demise.
Mike Wambani commonly known as "Computer", reported death though the cause of his death is still unclear. It it reported that he was a winger who scored at all stages. He is in the history of Kenyan football. Wambani from Kakamega county also played for the legendary club green commandos.
Many have send their condolences to the family and praying that may they stay strong all through this hard time where they have lost their lovely one. Kenya as a country will always remember him for the good talent he shown during his time.
May your soul rest in peace Mike Wambani "Computer", through the comment section please send your condolences to the family and the Kenyan football board for the loss.
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