The Belgium-based ace, who makes a comeback to the team after a long time out, has promised to make his presence felt and see to it that Kenya gets good result
Harambee Stars midfielder Johannah Omollo, who plies his trade in Belgium, is confident that Kenya can take advantage of Nigeria’s ‘party mood’ and register a historic win in the City of Calabar on Saturday.
Omollo, who makes a comeback to the national team after a long time out, has promised to make his presence felt and see to it that Kenya gets positive result.
“We all know that Nigeria are the champions of Africa. Probably they are still celebrating and in that scenario might underrate us."
"We will do our best on the pitch to ensure we win the match. All players are psyched up for this game and we will do our best,” Omollo told Goal.com before the team left for Calabar.
“I am happy to get a chance in the national team and I now take it as a challenge to work hard and be regular. I also want to play my part in ensuring the country’s success in the World Cup qualifiers."
Omollo jetted into the country on Tuesday and trained for the first time with the rest of the team in the evening. David Gateri and Brian Mandela both from South Africa also trained with the team.
Goalkeeper Arnold Origi and Christian Bwamy both based in Norway, will link up with the rest of the squad in Lagos from where they will travel on a chartered plane to Calabar.