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Kenya's fan - Ingwe
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Country KENYA
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Creation_date 2009-11-14T10:14:05
Bit Depth 24
City NAKURU
Subcollections Stephen Mudiari Kasabuli
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Credit Line Stephen Mudiari Kasabuli / Twenty Ten / Africa Media Online
Keywords FOOTBALL, SOCCER, FOOTBALL FAN, SOCCER FAN, FOOTBALLER, FOOTBALL FANATISM, FANATISM, FOOTBALL MADNESS, SOCCER LOVERS, FOOTBALL LOVERS, WORLDCUP IN AFRICA, WORLD-CUP, 2010, TWENTY TEN, ROAD TO TWENTY TEN, JUJU, JUJU MAN, SOCCER MEDICINE, AFRICAN SOCCER, AFRICAN FOOTBALL, SOCCER FAN CARRYING A POT, FOOTBALL FAN WITH A POT, FAN PAINTED IN COLOURS, STADIUM, STADIUM FANS, AFRICAN FOOTBALL, AFRICAN SOCCER, STEPHEN MUDIARI, NAIROBI, KENYA, EAST AFRICA, AFRICA
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Description Isaac Juma, a soccer-fan nick-named Ingwe, walks to catch a bus in Nakuru town, November 14, 2009. The 42-year-old fan is a celebrity in his home-town, known to all as AFC or Ingwe. He often travels the 160km to Nairobi to watch a game. Nigeria won the match 3-2 against Kenya at Kasarani Sports Complex and qualified for the World Cup in South Africa in 2010.
Location NAKURU
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Title Kenya's fan - Ingwe
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