Kenyans glued to the screen at the Kenya National Archives for the World Cup viewing courtesy of Radio Africa Group, K24 TV, Safaricom PLC and ParrotGroup with the exclusive public viewing rights.
FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 will be played from 20 November to 18 December.
32 teams will compete across 64 matches in the 22nd edition.
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England are already well on their way to the Round of 16 after dusting off Iran 6-2 in their Group B opener.
The USA and Wales are still in a strong position to qualify to the knockout rounds after their opening 1-1 draw which saw Gareth Bale equalize late on a penalty.
On Sunday Ecuador made history by beating host nation Qatar in the opener and the South Americans are already in pole position for one of the top two spots.
The Netherlands joined them at the top of the group after a 2-0 win over African champions Senegal thanks to two late goals.
However, this images have elicited alot of reactions on social media as follows;
Charles Thuo: After game you become Murifeee.
James:This is great Radio Africa Group. Bringing Kenyans together. These politicians remind us our tribes. There you can’t tell who is who. We are just tribeless.
Kamau:Thives should really appreciate Radio Africa for bringing soo many potential clients closer to them