Harambee starlet has natured talents of their players by making them reach greater levels. Through this, the team's players have been able to show case their talents, and through it they earn a living.
Following football reports released on sixth of October this year, the 22 year old Vivian Nasaka Makokha was unveiled as the club's player for a one year contract deal. Makokha did play an influential role in the Harambee starlets Olympic qualifiers by enabling the club reach the fifth stage of the competitions. She also helped his club Vihiga queens to clinch the Kenya Women Premier league title. Also, she was among the squad that clinched the CECAFA women tittle in Dares Salaam in the year 2019.
Vivian is expected to perform well in her international duty. Fans, players and coaches have congratulated her of her progression in football. What can you say about this, drop your comments in the comment section below.
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