The national group Harambee Stars midfielder Kevin Kimani, has restated his commitment to offering the best during the upcoming tasks, where Kenya will be battling for a place in the Africa Cup of Nations slated for next year in Cameroon.

The knowledgeable player whose services were gotten by FKF Premier league side Wazito FC from Mathare United in August in 2015, has actually remained in high flying kind recently assisting his group to select up 5 straight wins in the ongoing Betking Premier league.

‘ Well it’s a benefit representing the nation, I simply require to focus and follow directions and strategy and also individually I have actually to be set and prepare psychologically. We need to make our fans happy since they have actually been excellent to the group and similar to I said earlier I will try to score more goals and create a lot of assists and support the team and offer the very best that I can”.

The midfielder who has had different stints abroad and a relatively successful season with the 2008 regional leading tier champs run-down neighborhood boys of Mathare, skippering the side and scoring important goals will contribute to head coach Jacob ‘Ghost’ Mulee in his quote to assist his charges secure credentials to the continental football for the second time running.

Kimani is anticipated to battle for location in the last team and marshall the centre of the park by offering much required link between the defense and the assaulting department.

Last week, Mulee named a squad of local based gamers for the upcoming matches set for next month and.

Among those who were provided an opportunity to prove their worth is goalkeeper Brian Bwire of Kariobangi Sharks and Wazito’s Peter Odhiambo who will be competing for the number one spot with foreign-based legion.

Influential AFC Leopards forward Elvis Rupia has actually likewise been handed a call, as has KCB’s protector Reagan Otieno.

Other notable additions in the group consist of Nairobi City Stars midfielder Oliver Maloba, KCB’s Nahashon Alembi and AFC Leopards’ midfielder Collins Shichenje.

Kenya will play Egypt in Nairobi on March 22, prior to taking a trip to Lome for a clash against Togo eight days later.

The Harambee Stars will also take part in the World Cup qualifiers between June and November 2021.