Waititu's Son Shows Off Football Skills in New Show [VIDEO]

  • Brian Ndung'u and his teammate playing in a private pitch on Thursday, April 1
    Brian Ndung'u and his teammate playing in a private pitch on Thursday, April 1
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  • Former Kiambu Governor Ferdinand Waititu's son Brian Ndung'u showed off his football skills in a soccer challenge at a seven aside football pitch. 

    The soccer challenge was aired on a newly established online TV station, One Two TV, and starred Ndung'u, Eastleigh Business Community executive member,  Asmali Mohamed and the show's hosts - Sadam and Zuhum. 

    The four challenged each other on penalty, freekick, one versus one with the goalkeeper and shot versus volley. 

    A side by side photo of Brian Ndung'u's picture taken before and after his prison experience.
    A side-by-side photo of Brian Ndung'u's picture taken before and after his prison experience.
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    The freekick included curving the ball from outside the penalty area (18-yard box) past the goalkeeper in a small goal post. The instructions were to score with both legs and the winner was the one who garnered the highest points.

    At the end of the match, Asmali's team won with five points while Ndung'u's got three points.

    Throughout the game, Ndung'u's friends made fun of his situation when he was arrested two weeks ago for driving under the influence of alcohol.

    "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.

    The 25-year-old was arrested on Monday 15, by police officers on Nairobi's Muindi Mbingu street, taken to court and pleaded guilty to the offense.

    He was freed by Nairobi Senior Principal magistrate Esther Kimilu, who ordered him to either pay a Ksh30,000 fine, or face three months in jail.

    His father, however, refused to pay bail money for him, something that saw him spend the night at the Industrial area prison in Nairobi.

    Narrating his night experience in prison, Ndung'u stated that he missed the evening meal on his arrival due to long queues.

    "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,” the politician's son said.