•Otieno says coaching clinics by FKF will improve and nurture talents in coaches.
•Kajiado North MP Joseph Manje was impressed by increasing number of women interested in coaching.
•The coaching clinic in Kajiado North was conducted by Otieno and Hamisi Mohamed.
Former Harambee Stars defender and head instructor Musa Otieno has praised the Football Kenya Federation for improving the technical capacity of upcoming coaches across the country.
Otieno said that the upcoming coaches under his tutelage will be able to share the knowledge learnt with their peers.
"I wish my students all the best in their coaching career and I do hope they will spread the knowledge they have gained from this course with their fellow coaches,” Otieno said.
He was speaking over the weekend during a coaching course by Football Kenya Federation in partnership with Kajiado North Sub-County National Government Constituency Development fund (NG-CDF).
Kajiado North MP Joseph Manje presided over the closing ceremony of the CAF D Coaching Course.
Manje was elated that more women are signing up for the courses offered by the county and Football Kenya Federation.
“We have been able to achieve gender inclusivity by incorporating more women to the courses; with one of the beneficiaries being a player of Harambee Starlets,” he said.
Under the tutelage of instructors Otieno and Hamisi Mohammed, 52 participants were trained and duly certified.