EDWIN ESHAPAYA: THE SPORTING ICON IN MERU

It is easy to find a good worker, a good soccer player or a good hockey player but it is difficult to find someone who can perfectly balance the three. If former Kenyan football legend JJ Masiga balanced football, rugby and his medical profession perfectly, then here in Meru we have our own Edwin Eshapaya who has balanced work in the Police Service, football and hockey excellently. “I do manage both hockey and soccer since I have a schedule to train both. I do hockey drills from 5.30 am to 7 am in the morning then attend soccer training sessions in the evening after work. This ensures that I balance the two” Says Edwin Eshapaya. The youths need to emulate him in balancing sports, work and family life. “Most of the time I am performing my duties as a Police Officer and the little time I have in the early morning when I wake up and in the evening after work I dedicate it to sports” Very encouraging sentiments from Eshapaya.

Odongo “Alaba” Michael: A two footed player whose pace and ability frightens defenders-The story

When two high school boys joined KeMU FC in 2013 to play in the Upper Eastern Provincial league they were relatively young. This was part of CSR by the University to develop football at grassroot level. One lacked strength but boosted mesmerizing technique. The other had a combination of strength, added to the technique and … Continue reading Odongo “Alaba” Michael: A two footed player whose pace and ability frightens defenders-The story

Greatest Football Comebacks By KeMU Fc

When you talk about KeMU you talk about football and when you talk about football you talk about KeMU. KeMU is synonymous with football success. KeMU has dominated football in the Mount Kenya region for close to a decade. No football team has contributed to the growth of the game in the region more than … Continue reading Greatest Football Comebacks By KeMU Fc

A player with a big heart: Frankline Mwenda ‘from grass to grace’ through football – The Story

It is December 30th 2017 when I decide to have a walk around Kakamega town the home of football. The cool breeze from Kakamega forest is not disappointing either and the view of the crying stone reminds me of my Geography when I was a student. Everyone I meet here to me looks like a … Continue reading A player with a big heart: Frankline Mwenda ‘from grass to grace’ through football – The Story