ALDRINE KIBET PENS FAREWELL MESSAGE TO KENYANS AS HE LEAVES FOR SPAIN | ST. ANTONY’S BOYS KITALE FOOTBALL ICON
He became the most talked about high school footballer of 2023 and even rose to icon heights when he secured the national trophy for his school St. Anthony’s. This would then pave way for his star to shine internationally and as we speak, the youngster is flying to Spain to further his promising career in football. Aldrine Kibet did leave a message for his Kenyan fans.
“I can confirm that I have left St Anthony’s boys high school Kitale after 4 successful years.
As has widely been reported I, will be joining Nastic sports academy in spain along with my two other classmates.
I have been on the books at Solidarity boys for 4 years and have always felt part of the fabric of the club. Such was my desire, to learn and play for this great school, my dreams came to pass.
I have experienced some incredible times at Solidarity boys and have met friends that will last a lifetime. I leave with memories that will stay with me forever from my time at the school. From making my debut at such a young age, to playing in the FEASSSA tournament and of course winning KSSSA National championship the sixth title for the school, there are just too many highlights to mention.
There will be the opportunity to talk properly when the time is right but for now I would just like to thank everyone at the school for everything over the past 4 years, in particular Mr Victor Makanda my former principal,Mr Simon Masibo my current principal,Mr Peter Mayoyo,Daniel Oronje,Coach Yohanna Wanyama,Elima,Samoe,my class teacher,all the teachers at St Anthony’s boys,Allan(Mitume baba yao),Chalap,school staffs, all of my teammates over the years, everyone at the school for helping me to fulfil my dream and of course the fans, who I have always shared such a special relationship with. I will never be able to truly repay the love, faith and belief that the fans have shown in me. It’s meant so much to me and my family over the years and I hope you are able to celebrate the success you deserve in the coming years. Thank you.
I would like to place on record my respect for My Parents and family at large my appreciation for believing in me, I wish them happiness, success and more in life.
I wish my teammates and the school team all the very best for the future.
I’m feeling fit, sharp and strong and will be working tirelessly to ensure I am in peak condition ahead of the new challenge.” he wrote.
Aldrine is hopeful he will join the rest of Kenyan big names in the international football gallery. Acts like Oliech,Maria, Origi, Wanyama, Olunga and the rest.