Harambee stars and Tusker FC talisman Henry Meja has been outstanding for his club this season scoring twelve goals in the recently concluded kenya premier league. The former Kakamega high school striker came close to moving to South African premier league before his agent Ibrahim Jamal blocked the move.
On an exclusive interview with Pepeta sports, Ibrahim Jamal claimed that he blocked the move as he felt like the striker was ripe enough to take his chances in Europe. The 21year old striker will be moving to a European topflight league even though the club has not been revealed yet. Henry Meja will be hoping for a chance in the national team Harambee Stars ahead of the World Cup qualifiers opener against Uganda.
He will be competing for a spot against Michael Olunga, Eric Kapaito, Masoud Juma and Benson Omalla. It will be hard for him to make it to the final squad. However, it is a good learning experience for the teenage sensations career. We wish him all the best.
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