The 32nd Africa Cup of Nation is here and Harambee stars are geared up to do best in the prestigious league in the region.
Kenya is lucky to join AFCON breaking the 15 years dry spell which they last played in 2004.
Harambee Stars coach Sébastien Migné has about one year in the club and has helped reclaim the national team to top 100 as ranked by FIFA.
Kenyans have their fingers crossed as they pray that Wanyama and Michael Olunga will reclaim the glory that we lost with the Kenyan football federation.
The boys have been training in France since May 31st and this week they headed to Egypt anticipating to perform well in their first match against Algeria tomorrow at 11:00PM.
The government promised ksh 459 million if they win the AFCON, and there is something also if they get to the group stage.
Some Kenyans have made their way to Egypt to support the national team and this is among the things that make Kenyans come together.
Will Harambee Stars make Kenya proud again?