The Kenya national team landed safely in Mauritius on Monday 5 October in the morning ahead of the 2018 World Cup qualifier against the hosts scheduled for Wednesday 7 October and had a massive boost with Zambian based defender David Owino linking up.
Owino, who plies his trade for Zesco United in the Zambian Super League joined the team for the Monday training session in Port Louis.
He becomes the third foreign based player to link up with the team after Allan Wanga and Teddy Akumu, based in Tanzania and Sudan respectively, joined the rest in Nairobi.
Meanwhile, Gor Mahia defender Musa Mohamed, who developed complications with his travel documents on Sunday linked up with the team on Monday after staying behind.
However, information from the team’s camp indicate that Belgium based Ayub Timbe and South Africa based Brian Mandela will not be joining the team while there is still hope that Victor Wanyama will join the team on Tuesday.