when cabinet secretary Amina Mohamed was moved to the sports docket , President Uhuru assured Kenyan youths that they would witness a major change in the docket that was facing major tribulations.
The Ministry of Sports has finally released money to help Harambee Stars honor their Afcon qualifier against Ghana.
On Monday, the federation exclusively revealed to Goal that the team’s trip to Ghana was in limbo after the government had failed to release the money.
However, FKF Media Liaison Officer Barry Otieno has told Goal that they have received Sh25m to prepare the team for the trip.
Both teams have already qualified for the 32nd edition of the championship set for Egypt from 21 June to 19 July.
Kenya top Group D of the qualifiers on 7 points, one off Ghana and a draw on Saturday at Accra Sports Stadium will keep them on top.
Stars are expected to camp in France for three weeks ahead of the tournament which they will be taking part in for the first time in 15 years.
“The Ministry of Sports through the Sports Fund is in the process of transferring Sh25million to facilitate Harambee Stars trip to Ghana.
“The money which is part of the team’s Sh244million budget is expected to hit the federation’s account on Tuesday. Additionally, the remainder of the monies will be transferred to the federation by Friday this week.”
Kenya and Ghana have already qualified for the 2019 Afcon finals.