The national team Harambee stars starlets started their campaign towards the 2022 world cup qualification competitions this year. So far so good, they started in a bad knot bit as time goes by, they are redeeming themselves. Following football reports, they earlier played two matches against Uganda cranes starlets where they lost all of them.
FKF recalled frenetic forward Neddy Atieno to the national team, the Harambee Starlets, ahead of the 2022 Africa Women's Cup of Nations (WCON) qualifier against South Sudan. The Ulinzi starlets forward was last with the team in July 2018 during the Cecafa tournament where they finished a distant fourth and has since been away from the team since then.
Neddy Akoth Atieno is a 29 years old Kenyan footballer who played for Ulinzi women and the national ladies soccer team Harambee Starlets.Current reports indicate that Neddy Atieno has announced her retirement from active football. Neddy joined Ulinzi FC in 2017 from Makolanders and has been part of the clubs growth to it's current good state.She helped his club secure a promotion to the top tier league in 2020 and in just one season she guided them to two cups which include the FKF Women's Cup and The Super Cup.
After heavy criticism from a section of Kenyans on why the government never built classrooms in advance, the Chief Administrative Secretary in charge of the Ministry of Education CAS Zack Kinuthia has finally responded. While being interviewed by a local television station Kameme TV on Monday morning, the outspoken CAS noted that the government will built more classes as students continue with their learning. He disclosed that the government had found it quite difficult to deal with the issue of social distancing