A B2B marketer by day and a sports enthusiast afterwards, Richard works as at a leading Business School in East Africa. Holding brief too as an editorial consultant and sports marketer. He contributed for the blog, www.sportskenya.blogspot.com as well as other online and Kenyan publications. He's also a market researcher and budding photographer.
Latest posts by Richard Wanjohi from November, 2012
Virtual Game Leads to Real Job as Football Manager in Azerbaijan
A 21-year old university graduate who's favourite past-time is playing the computer game Football Manager was confirmed as the new manager for Azerbaijan side FC Baku's reserve team earlier this month. In an unprecedented move this gamer pipped former footballers including Frenchman Jean Pierre Papin to secure the job.
Nairobi Pulls Together During Matatu Vehicle Strike
On Thursday 29 November, most Nairobi city dwellers woke up to the harsh reality of the public service transport system going rogue. The Kenyan public service vehicles popularly known as matatus were demonstrating against the latest Traffic Amendment 2012.
Racism in European Football: Will New Rules Help?
October 2012 has seen racism rear its ugly head again, mainly in the European Leagues, especially in England affecting both the Premier League clubs and players as well as the national team. Many have wondered whether the major football bodies UEFA and FIFA will act as some have been trying to do like the Football Association (FA) in England.
Will Hurricane Sandy Stop the New York Marathon?
Hurricane Sandy has caused widespread destruction in New York City, and sports events have not been spared. One of the world's most famous marathons is destined to be affected by the aftermath of the storm.