Victor Wanyama spending holiday in Tanzania

The Harambee Stars skipper is having some good time in Dar es Salaam ahead of season 2017-18 start.

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His arrival at the neighbouring country was confirmed by Tanzania tourism on Tuesday and he is expected to stay there for a period of one week.

It is reported that the tour was planned before the end of season 2016-17 of the English Premier League and that he is accompanied by his two brothers and close associates.

Life in Dar es Salaam seems to be nice as can be seen in his Wednesday tweet where he posted a photo of him and Tanzania’s bongo flava artist AY.

He will however, leave for London in early July to start preparing for their season opener against newcomers Newcastle on August 12.

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