Tottenham Hotspurs Midfielder Victor Mugubi Wanyama has announced his meeting with a top government envoy in the United Kingdom barely a day after Kibra elections.
The Harambee Stars Captain has taken to social media to express his joy over meeting Kenya High Commissioner to UK Ambassador Manoah Esipisu for a discussion touching on youth development, sports and education.
This comes a day after his elder brother McDonald Mariga lost his bid for Kibra Constituency parliamentary seat to ODM member Imran Okoth.
“Yesterday the Kenya High Commissioner to the UK Ambassador Manoah Esipisu paid me a visit. We discussed Youth Empowerment, Education, Sports, Arts and Mental Strength for Youth Professionals through the Victor Wanyama Foundation and the Victor Wanyama Academy projects,” the footballer tweeted.
Yesterday the Kenya High Commissioner to the UK @MEsipisu paid me a visit. We discussed Youth Empowerment, Education, Sports, Arts and Mental Strength for Youth Professionals through the @VictorWanyamaF & The Victor Wanyama Academy #VW12. pic.twitter.com/2E4llkMEQj
— Victor Wanyama (@VictorWanyama) November 8, 2019
Ahead of the bi-election, Wanyama wished his brother well with advice to Kibra people that Mariga would bring change to the constituency.