In Summary

  • Reports linking Olunga to an EPL Team
  • Olunga on the forefront in supporting community teams

A football fan on twitter has questioned what Celebrated Kenyan Footballer Michael Olunga does to uplift the society,   

He questioned what the celebrated footballer does besides being part of the tournament sponsored by betting company Odibets

‘ In terms of charity events, childrens home, etc. I am not a hater but a concerned fan!’’ He questioned

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He added that International footballers engage closely with the community, including visiting Cancer wards and generally connecting and interacting with the less fortunate in the society .

Olunga on community service

Michael Olunga, who currently plays for Al-Duhail and Harambee stars, through his twitter account revealed what he’s currently engaged in,

He says there is Mofa Academy that mentors student’s and supports team in football and education ,

In addition to that he is offering grass root coaches a chance to improve their skills through FKF coaching.

The conversation has emitted different opinions from  football fans who are of the opinion that any footballer is not mandated to use their money for charity.

Some comments are captured below,

‘’Giving back to society sio lazima. It’s just that we have such a crazy entitlement mentality in this country.’’

‘’It’s the work of the government to make sure all citizens live dignified lives.’’

‘’If you were a fan you would know that Olunga has a football academy where he recruits young talented footballers straight from high school.’’

”Why do you guys feel so entitled to other people property? You can’t dictate how others use theirs”

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There has been several reports linking him to a move to the English Premier League but said he would clear the air over the matter soon, raising speculations of a possible move for the Al Duhail goal-poacher.


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