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Kenya’s Harambee Stars land safely in Tunis

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Kenya’s Harambee Stars contingent has arrived safely in Tunis,Tunisia ahead of their Wednesday friendly match against Libya.

The team that left in the wee hours of Sunday morning was received by
among others, top Kenya custodian Arnold Origi who had arrived few
hours earlier to link up with the team.Origi turns up  for Norwegian
top tier side Lillestrom.

Kenya head of delegation Hussein Terry, confirmed the team arrived
safely at quarter to 1 (am) from Cairo.
-We we received well by keeper Arnold Origi who arrived here early in
the morning. He is the first foreigner to arrive. We expect (Dennis)
Oliech and (David) Gateri to arrive here tomorrow morning and (Victor)
Wanyama on Tuesday morning, he added
The travelling team that left Nairobi was made of local based players
plus Humphrey Mieno and Jockins Atudo who turn out for Tanzanian
moneybags Azam FC.
The team made a stop over in Cairo at 1030hrs local time before
connecting to Tunis.

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