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Muhoroni Youth chairman flaunts cash on social media even as financial crisis continues at his club

Muhoroni Youth chairman Moses Adagala seems all to keen to flaunt his newly found wealth on social media.

Ironically though, his attitude contradicts the financial position of the club that has been associated with for the past half a decade.

Mr Adagala recently uploaded a photo of a bunch of dollar bills on his social media page with the simple caption, “God Gives”.

By Nairobi News estimation, the dollar bills, that were placed on the inner deck of a car next to the gear lever, amounted to about Sh2 million.

It will be, however, interesting to see if the youthful Adagala who is said to be harboring political ambitions in the 2017 General Elections, will share some the with his employees at the Kenyan Premier League club.


This is so because, Nairobi News has on several occasions in the recent past highlighted the financial challenges the sugar belt based football team is facing.

For instance, a number of first team players in the team have on more than one occasion announced their intent to go on strike owing to continuous delay in receiving their monthly salaries and allowances.

In one incident, several players sought audience with the Kenya Premier League bosses at its secretariat in Nairobi to demand their dues.

The KPL management offers each club upto Sh600,000 a month in grants realized from the sale of TV rights and title sponsorship.