Dennis Oliech introduces his child to the public (Photo)

He is a "photo-copy" of the father

Dennis Oliech

Gor Mahia striker Dennis Oliech has excited a section of his fans after introducing his child to the public over the weekend.

In a post on his Instagram, Oliech shared a photo posing with a light skinned lady holding a baby.

The legendary footballer captioned the photo as “Number 2”. Information in the public eye indicates that Oliech is a father of two from his past relationships with Veronica Oliech and Beatrice Wanjiku.

The Photo of the good looking child excited netizens, who couldn't help it but gush over the child.

His revelation comes months after he parted ways with his girlfriend Paulah Mumia a TV Producer at K24. The two went separate ways shortly after Oliech signed a two year deal with Gor Mahia.

Oliech with Girlfriend

Ms Mumia, termed the football legend as a selfish and unfaithful man who abandoned her after money started coming in.

"Stupid son of a b*tch...Never even think about me ever! Go to hell manwhore! Other men are busy investing you are busy investing in women... What a shame you are. Its 2019 and I’m just done with your sh*t go away. I have persevered you for a long time. Not anymore. Just because you started earning. Those same bitches will bring you down and you will run back to me. You are very ungrateful, some men are very useless! You will take care of them when they are broke but when they get money they look for whores. I hate you!” she wrote in a number of posts.

Nairobi County Sports Committee

Away from his love story, the football guru was recently appointed to join the Nairobi County Sports Committee by Governor Mike Sonko.

Oliech, who had an illustrious football career, was appointed alongside former Harambee Stars Captain Musa Otieno.

“Assented to Nairobi City County Sports Management (Amendment) Bill 2018. The Bill gives way for formation of County Sports Committee that will oversee sports development in Nairobi. I’ve nominated ex-Harambee Stars players Musa Otieno & Dennis Oliech to be part of the committee,” Tweeted Mike Sonko.


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