Gor Mahia winger Innocent Wafula is among six players handed their first ever call ups to the national team ahead of forthcoming World Cup qualifier against Cape Verde.
Other fresh call ups include Palos striker Calvince Omanga, Ulinzi duo of Omar Mbongi and Brian Birgen, Nzoia striker Mark Baraza and Chemelil Sugar’s Meshack Karani.
Humphrey Mieno, Kevin Kimani, Bernard Mangoli and Peter Nzuki make their return back to the team as does first choice keeper Arnold Origi and Christian Bwamy.
Goalkeepers: Boniface Oluoch (Gor Mahia), Arnold Origi (Lillestroem SK) Ian Otieno (Posta Rangers) and David Okello (Sofapaka)
Defenders: Harun Shakava and Musa Mohamed (Gor Mahia), Edwin Wafula (AFC Leopards) Brian Birgen (Ulinzi Stars) Abdultiff Omar (Bandari FC), Omar Mbongi (Ulinzi Stars), David Ochieng’ (Unattached), Brian Mandela (Maritzburg United, South Africa)
Midfielders: Kevin Kimani (Tusker FC) John Ndirangu (Nakuru AllStars) John Nairuka and Kevin Amwayi (Ulinzi Stars), Ayub Timbe (Lierse SK, Belgium) Bernard Mang’oli (AFC Leopards) Victor Wanyama (Southampton, England) Anthony Akumu (Al Khartoum, Sudan) Johanna Omollo (Royal Antwerp, Belgium), Eric Johanna (Mathare United) Innocent Wafula (Gor Mahia), Christian Bwamy (Follo FK, Norway)
Strikers: Calvince Omanga (Palos FC), Peter Nzuki (Nakumatt FC), Mark Bikokwa Baraza (Nzoia United), Chrispinus Onyango (KCB), Meshack Karani (Chemelil Sugar), Michael Olunga (Gor Mahia) and Allan Wanga (Azam FC, Tanzania).