Kenyan national group captain Victor Wanyama, a Major League Soccer midfielder who spent the previous seven seasons in the Premier League, is helping in his country’s battle against coronavirus.

The 28-year-old Montreal Impact champion’s establishment has given 200 sterilizing packs to destitute families in his old neighborhood of Nairobi in a venture with the assistance of the Kenyan Red Cross.

“During this battle against coronavirus, it’s significant that we as a whole as Kenyans do our part to help stop its spread,” Wanyama said in an online life video. “In the event that we as a whole have our influence, we’ll beat this.”

Wanyama, who has scored seven objectives in 56 appearances for Kenya’s Harambee Stars, made his lone beginning for Montreal prior this month prior to the MLS season was closed somewhere near the coronavirus pandemic.

He went through three seasons with Southampton and the previous four with Tottenham Hotspur, turning into the main Kenyan to play in England’s Premier League after a two-season Scottish spell with Celtic.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here