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It took the intervention of top government officials and members of the Organising committee to have the team released.
AFC Leopards forward, Allan Wanga, scored both goals to help Harambe Stars lift the regional title for the first time in 11 years.
It was a performance for which he (Wanga) was named man of the match and speaking afterwards, he expressed delight at his performance and ending the 11 years drought.
“It feels awesome to have scored both goals. We have been working hard in training and finally it paid off,” said Wanga.
Wanga’s first goal came in the 35th minute when he headed home from a Clifftone Miheso corner kick.
His second was in the 82nd minute when he slid to guide home a James Situma cross from the right flank.
Playing before an almost packed Nyayo Stadium, the Stars got off to a positive start with Francis Kahata’s 5th minute pass failing to find Edwin Lavatsa.
However, Sudan were left complaining of the organisation that led them to be locked in the hotel and they are claiming that the act demoralised them.
Kenya had last won CECAFA in 2002 after defeating Tanzania 3-2.