The Parliament of Kenya Men's Football Team (Bunge FC) has today Mercilessly beaten Tanzania Three (3) goals against one (1) goal.
The Two Teams, took part in the second Soccer match of the ongoing East African Legislative Assembly Parliamentary games in Juba, South Sudan.
The Kenyan team, Captained by Hon Otiende Amollo, played its second game in less that 24hours, and still emerged winners with Ken Angwa earning Kenya its first goal, followed by a thrilling score by Nyali MP Hon Mohamed Ali.
The third goal was handed to Kenya by an own goal from Tanzania's defense.
The Team was cheered on by a host of MPs and a few members of staff who are also in Juba to participate in various sporting disciplines in the ongoing Tournament, meant to continue for the next few days.
Yesterday, the Kenya Men’s football Team (Bunge FC) played the curtain-raiser match against hosts the Republic of South Sudan, at the ongoing East African Legislative Assemblies games in Juba, South Sudan.
The match, in which Kenya Conceded Three goals and Scored One goal agaist South Sudan, was graced by Speaker Rt. Hon (Sen) Moses Wetang’ula, and his Host Counterpart Hon Jemma Nunu Kumba, as well as the Speaker of the Parliament of Uganda Hon Anita Annet Among.
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