Cricket is the first love and football is an also-ran here.
But this Gujarati might cause the first spark of change.
Vipul Shah, 50, a Kenya-born Gujarati, who was appointed as manager to the Kenyan football team - Harambee Stars - last month is seen by
thousands of Kenyans as someone who will bring back the lost football glory that the country once celebrated.
Shah, who has his roots in Jamnagar City Gujarat India, was second highest individual tax payer in Kenya few years back.
He owns one of the biggest edible oil refinery in East Africa, which has an annual turnover of around $ 450 billion.
He is among those who have been selected by the Vishwa Gujarati Samaj for the most distinguished NRI award.
Tuesday, October 18, 2011
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