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AFCON 2021: Kenyan double header against Comoros hangs in balance

By Peter Tabu
Kenya's Harambee Stars in prayer before a training session at the Moi International Stadium, Kasarani | FKF image

It’s now official that Corona Virus is a worldwide epidemic sweeping across the world. Italy, China and more Asian countries are the most affected and clearly fore warned is fore told that’s why the Kenyan Government has taken a bold step to protect its citizens.

Kenya’s Permanent Secretary for Sports Joe Okudo revealed in a statement copied to the Director of Immigration Services Alexander Muteshi, that Kenya has banned foreign travel for foreign assignments in the name of safeguarding the public and the country at large, and that means Kenya’s Harambee Stars cannot travel for their qualifier away in Comoros.

“Following the global outbreak of the COVID-19 virus, the Government has put in place measures to deal with the situation to safeguard the public and country at large,” read a statement from Kenyan Sports Ministry Permanent Secretary.

“In this regard, the ministry wishes to inform you that there will be no more travel for International events until further notice and notably for the next one month,” part of the statement read.

It goes on to state that even local events of international nature will be affected which clearly puts the Harambee Stars game against Comoros in doubt. The two sides were scheduled to play in the AFCON qualifier on March 25 at Kasarani before they travel to Comoros for the return leg on March 31.

Francis Kimanzi is currently working with a squad of up to 16 local based players in preparation for the game, but a number of foreign based players who were summoned including captain Victor Wanyama, Micheal Olunga, Masoud Juma, and Johanna Omollo are all unavailable for the game.

Even though CAF has dispatched a medical team to Cameroon to cross-check on the situation there, it’s yet to decide on how the AFCON qualifiers will be played across the continent with the impending bans on gatherings to contain the virus.

The Harambee Stars are second in Group G alongside Egypt and Togo but Comoros top the standings on four points.

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