A Kenyan student received a congratulatory letter from the head coach of Arsenal Football Club on his graduation.
The student, Kelvin Ndirangu Njama, who graduated from Jomo Kenyatta University, Kenya as the iconic citadel of learning celebrated its 46th graduation ceremony, received the surprise letter.
Signed personally by the head coach of the Premier League giants, Unai Emery personally congratulated the die-hard Arsenal fan on his graduation.
The English football club sent the letter as a token of appreciation to Njama for his undying support for Arsenal.
In the letter, which was shared on Twitter by the excited fan, the coach said:
"I want to send my congratulations to you as you graduate from Kenyatta University.
"I have read that you are a passionate supporter, I too am very passionate and excited about the journey we are taking together.
"I thank you for your support and your emotion, we play for our supporters and you are with this team,” the letter sent via UK’s Royal Mail in an envelope read.
On his official Twitter profile, Njama describes himself as an economist and a loyal Gooner (as Arsenal players and fans are fondly called).
If the speculations currently making the rounds in the news is anything to go by, then Njama’s heart may be broken soon. His Twitter profile also contains Mesut Özil hashtags.
Özil is an Arsenal attacker who plays mostly as an attacking midfielder, but can also be deployed as a winger. But he appears he is on his way out of the Arsenal, with a replacement already brought in from Spanish club, Real Madrid.
There is no doubt that Njama will miss his favorite player if he leaves the club.
Njama’s surprise letter from Arsenal football club comes days after Liverpool and Egypt star Mohamed Salah visited Kenya.
However, he only spent a night at the Hilton Garden Inn along Mombasa Road, Nairobi, Kenya.
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