Int'l footballer visits Raila, gifts him signed jersey

Raila's special guest at Capitol Hill

International footballer Ogada Olunga visits Raila Odinga at Capitol Hill Nairobi

Kashiwa Reysol footballer Michael Olunga on Thursday made a stop at former Prime Minister Raila Odinga's Capitol Hill offices.

The international footballer was pictured alongside the former PM as he signed a jersey as a gift for the politician.

Revealing details of their meeting, the ODM party leader outlined that they had discussed details of tournaments Olunga has planned in Nairobi and Homa Bay.

"Met International footballer Ogada Olunga who he briefed me on the upcoming tournament that he is hosting which is slated to take place in Nairobi and Homa Bay Counties later this month," Odinga briefed his followers.

The footballer is planning the Michael Olunga Tournaments as he aims to develop football talent at the grass roots.

The Opposition leader is a well known football enthusiast and has been present in a number of high-stake matches locally.

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