Well, there are quite a number of Kenyans making a fortune from playing soccer, some of whom are very little known. These players play for international soccer clubs, that’s how they’ve managed to make their millions.

1.Victor Wanyama

 Victor is one of Kenya’s best football players and the wealthiest. He has straddled the football field like a Collosus and won himself a lot of honors, played in different clubs previously a noteworthy leap forward wanted him  when he was sold to Southampton back then.Victor  is accounted for to have purchased a house esteemed at Sh20 million in Kileleshwa in 2014 preceding he forked out a great many shillings to fly his family to England for a month-long occasion in 2016.He additionally sent a top of the line auto esteemed at Sh25 million into the nation for his family early a year ago while at Southampton. He is pegged to be procuring Ksh20-35million  a month.

2.McDonald Mariga

He is Victor’ elder brother and was few months ago signed  by Real Oviedo in Spain. He has acquired several properties courtesy of his good salary.
He earns an estimated salary of around 14m a month.

3.Michael Olunga

Olunga are some of the few footballers who have used their high earnings to live their dreams.
Olunga, who recently joined FC Girona in Spain, earns about 500k per month. He, reportedly purchased an apartment along Mombasa road.

4.Patrick Osiako

He is rarely seen playing for Harambee stars because of the stiff competition from Mariga and Wanyama. But Osiako is an excellent player who also earns a lumpsum amount at around 6.5 -7 million a month and has major investments in the country.

This talented player has traversed the football arena in an amazing way and his experience, agility and skill have seen him play in Norway and Romania and earns around. to Sh 3.5 million a month. He lives large and sometimes people query how he spends his money.

6.Arnold Origi

If you love kenyan football, then you can’t possibly miss to know this rather conspicuous character.
A goalkeeper who has straddled the football arena like a colossus and has made a major impact on First division side Ullensaker/Kisa.
His monthly salary is pegged at close to Sh 3 million.

7. Lawrence Olum

Based in the USA, Olum plays for the MLS where he earns around Sh2.5 million a month.
That’s a good pay considered that the USA has draconian laws that heavily exploit international players with huge taxes.

8.David Ochieng

This former Tusker Player moved to Tawoon in Saudi Arabia and the salary shot to millions.
He earns around ksh2.2 million a month.

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