Former Harambee Stars skipper and pointman Dennis Oliech has finally builf himself a retirement palatial home in his ancestral home of Kisumu. While sharing the news to his followers on Instagram, Oliech said he had done his part and it was now time to rest.
” Kisumu now I can rest have done my part to build my resting place,” he captioned the instagram post.
In January, Oliech retired from football after failing to nail a move to any Kenyan Premier League (KPL) club.
”I have officially retired from playing football and will venture into business. I had stated when I left Gor Mahia that I would bounce back by joining Wazito or Bandari, but nothing is forthcoming and that is why I have not seen any need to continue. I have retired both at international and at club level,” he said in an interview with Nation Sport in January.