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Brian Ndung’u: Waititu’s son shows off impressive football skills in new video

Former Kiambu Governor Ferdinand Waititu’s son Brian Ndung’u showed off football skills during a soccer challenge at a seven aside football pitch.

Those present in the game were, Eastleigh Business Community executive member, Asmali Mohamed, Brian Ndung’u and the show hosts Sadam and Zuhum.

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The game was aired on newly launched online TV station One Two Television.

Ndung’u and his three friends participated in penalty, freekick, one versus one with the goalkeeper and shot versus volley competitions.

While shooting the freekick, they were supposed to curve the ball outside the penalty area past the goalkeeper in a small goal post.

Those who scored more goals garnered more points and emerged winners.

Ndung’us team tried so hard and scored three points with the Asmali team won the competition with five points.

The cracked jokes together throughout the match while recalling Ndung’us situation when he was arrested for drink-driving.

“We need time to recover, we just got out of jail the other day,” Ndug’u’s teammate stated in an attempt to justify their loss.

Former Kiambu Governor Ferdinand Waititu’s son Brian Ndung’u on Tuesday, March 16 narrated his experience at Industrial Area Prison.

Ndung’u, 25, was arrested on Monday, March 15 along Nairobi’s Muindu Mbingu street for driving under the influence.

He was taken to court where he pleaded guilty to the offense after which he was ordered to pay KSh 30,000 fine, or face three months in jail.

According to a report by K24 Digital, Ndung’u described prison as a horrible place noting that he missed food upon arrival due to long queues.

He also be revealed that he was ordered to remove all his clothes and put on a prison uniform.

“They removed all my clothes, even my boxer, and I was given a uniform to put on. It was a shocking experience. I slept on the floor of the cell without a mattress, but I was given a blanket to cover myself until morning,” he said.

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