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Kenya's fan - Ingwe
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Description Isaac Juma, a soccer-fan also known as Ingwe (centre), has his body painted by Jackson Owino and Paul Akwala in Nakuru town, November 14, 2009. Juma has had his body painted by the same artists for the last nine years. He was preparing to travel 160 kilometers to Nairobi to watch a match between Kenya and Nigeria at Kasarani Sports Complex. Nigeria won the match 3-2, 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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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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Credit Line Stephen Mudiari Kasabuli / Twenty Ten / Africa Media Online
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