Mozzart hands Nick Mwendwa Ksh3M sponsorship deal as Harambee Stars face Mali at Nyayo Stadium on Sunday

From lower-tier clubs that receive help through the action “New Jerseys for New Champions” and numerous donations, to sponsorships of various teams, Mozzart has now entered into a partnership with the Football Kenya Federation (FKF).

Mozzart has actively been involved in distributing kits and other sporting equipment to grassroots teams countrywide, but also sponsoring grassroots tournaments, most notably the recent Dennis Oliech Cup and now continues to invest in sports.

The leading gaming firm has today announced a Ksh 3 Million sponsorship to the Kenyan National team, Harambee Stars!

The sponsorship is for the team’s 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers and the company effectively becomes Harambee Stars’ Motivational Partner during the same period.

Team Captain Michael Olunga thanked Mozzart for the gesture.

“We thank Mozzart for supporting the National team. It gives us great pleasure as players to know that we have an organization that believes in us. It is a huge motivation especially heading into such a crucial match on Sunday and our hope is that we will get more partners in the near future,” he said.

Harambee Stars Captain, Michael Olunga during the event.

“The ball is now our court as players to ensure that we do better on the pitch to ensure we give such partners value. On behalf of the team, I promise we will do our best,” he added.
Federation boss Nick Mwendwa echoed Olunga’s sentiments.

“We are very thankful to Mozzart. We were able to send the team to Morocco comfortably to face Mali and even though we did not get a good result, we believe this partnership will go a long way in motivating the players for the remaining three matches and my hope is we can come up with a long-term agrreement after this.” He said.

Mozzart Country Manager Sasa Krneta urged Harambee Stars to step up their game when they come up against Mali on Sunday at the Nyayo National Stadium.

“Mozzart has the interests of the Nation at heart and we share in the vision to improve the standards of football in Kenya and Harambee Stars performing better as a result.,” he said.

“This partnership with Harambee Stars is just for the World Cup qualifiers but we believe this is the right time to support the team and push it to do better. We believe in the project and know there’s potential of doing better.”

“As you go out to face Mali tomorrow, I want you to know that we are fully behind you and wish you the very best. TUNAWEZA!” he urged the team.”

Kenya takes on Mali on Sunday from 4PM EAT at Nyayo and will then travel away to face Uganda in a return match penciled for Thursday 11th November before welcoming Rwanda at home three days later.

Diamond Platnumz leaves many with wild thoughts after Harambee Stars beat Taifa Stars

Diamond Platnumz is ready to revenge after Taifa stars lost to Harambee stars.

Well, after a heated game last night many Tanzanians seem to have maintained their silence; but for Bongo star Diamond Platnumz.

Through his Instagram page, the singer went on to say that his girlfriend, Tanasha was not giving him any ‘peace’ now that Kenya won yesterday’s match.

He however went on to hint that he would (in a good way) leaving many with wild thoughts. He wrote saying;

Yani Chumba Choote nakiona kama Jela leo… ila haina noma najua ntalipiza wapi

Diamond’s post

Tanasha celebrates

His soon to be ‘wife’ on the other hand could not hold back from celebrating her country’s win.

The lass praised Harambee stars through her Instagram stories saying;

HARAMBEE STARS !!!!!! ???????????????????????? Mwanzoni, nilipanick sana,, but we gat dissssss!!! WA TZ mtaambia nini watu sasa?.

Well, Harambee stars definitely gave many a reason to celebrate especially just after Tanzanians on social media trolled Kenyans online.


Harambee Stars players smile all the way to the bank after winning Cecafa. This is how much they pocketed

Harambee Stars beat Zanzibar to win Cecafa Senior Challenge cup in a match played in Machakos on Sunday. The Kenyan team took away millions of shillings after winning the trophy.

Harambee Star settled for a 2-2 draw with Zanzibar in the normal time. Stars beat their opponent 3-2 in post match penalties to win the Cecafa trophy.

Harambee Stars player Ovella Ochieng celebrates after scoring the opener against Zanzibar during the finals of the 2017 Cecafa Senior Challenge Cup at Kenyatta Stadium on December 17th

Kenyan goalkeeper Patrick Matasi was the hero of the game after he blocked three penalties. The stadium erupted in shouts after Matasi saved the last penalty shot.

L-R: FKF president Nick Mwendwa, DP William Ruto and Alfred Mutua celebrate after Harambee Stars scored against Zanzibar

Prize money

Harambee Stars players will be smiling all the way to the bank after winning the title. The prize money for winning Cecafa was Kes 3 million from tournament sponsors SportPesa but stars also pocketed allowances and bonuses.

Football Kenya Federation (FKF) President Nick Mwendwa announced that up to Kes 6 million will be shared among the players and technical bench on winning the Cecafa title.

Alfred Mutua kisses his wife after Harambee Stars won the Cecafa title

Governors Mike Sonko and Alfred Mutua also pledged 1 million each to Harambee Stars. DP William Ruto gave the Kenyan team Kes 5 million.

In total Harambee Stars have at least 16 million to share among themselves. Kudos, Harambee Stars for making Kenya proud!



Harambee Stars most successful coach reveals why the team is forever grateful for what Caroline Mutoko did in 2004

Caroline Mutoko has been praised by former Harambee Stars coach for what she did for the Kenya national football team way back in 2004.

Harambee Stars always has friction with the government when to the issue of money. Successful governments at one point claimed there was no money to finance the team’s activities more so when Stars is traveling abroad for international duties.

Dennis Oliech once bailed out Stars when the government claimed it had no money. Oliech offered to pay return air tickets and accommodation for Harambee Stars in 2009.

Caroline Mutoko’s help

Harambee Stars’ most successful coach Jacob Ghost Mulee praised Caroline Mutoko for what she did for the national football team way back in 2014.

For starter, Jacob Ghost Mulee led Stars when they qualified for the 2004 Africa Cup of Nations showpiece in Tunisia.

Jacob Ghost Mulee and Caroline Mutoko

Mulee says Caroline vouched for Stars when the government claimed it didn’t have money to take the team to Tunisia.

“Caroline Mutoko She vouched for Harambee stars when we qualified for Afcon 2004 .The government claimed they didnt have money to take the team to Tunisia. Thanks to you and other media for prompting the government release the funds.Power of media,” wrote Jacob Mulee.