A refugee from Kakuma camp who currently resides in the USA, Handwalla Bwana has set his eyes on the national football team Harambee stars.
Since leaving Kenya in 2010 for the US, the now 17-year-old has been training with major league soccer teams though he has expressed his desire to play for his country of birth, as a skipper.
Handwalla Bwana would love to play for Kenya team adding it will be an honor for him to play with Victor Wanyama in the national team. He is quoted on his youtube channel as saying “Every kid dreams to play for the national team when an opportunity arises”.
He settled for the Seattle Sounders Academy where he was trained and was realized in fine form, later joining the club of University of Washington scoring 4 goals and giving 12 assists.
— Handwalla Bwana (@handwalla) May 12, 2017
Through experience he has gained abroad, he hopes to show this tactics by playing for the Kenyan team.