Nairobi City Stars defender Wesley Onguso has turned to boda boda (motorcycle taxi) business as Covid-19 ravages sports across the world.

Football in Kenya was suspended on March 16 after the coronavirus outbreak and many clubs also suspended their activities until normalcy returns. 

One of the affected players is the left back who has been vital for the Betika National Super League leaders.

The player has ventured into the transport business and reportedly owns about 10 motorcycles, which bring him roughly about KSh10,000 a day. 

On Saturday, the player was pictured in one of his bikes in his residential area of Kawangware, Nairobi, and it became the subject of discussion in the social media.

Onguso has also been sensitizing the community about Covid-19.

The defender came into limelight at Mathare United in 2013 before leaving for Sudanese side Al Malaika. He came back to the country in 2016 and joined Kisumu-based side Western Stima.

His display won him a move to 2009 Kenyan Premier League champions Sofapaka in 2017, and a year later he was dining with the big boys Gor Mahia. 

Ongusi was one of the players in the Kenyan Premier League All-Stars who played Hull City in England, a match they lost 2-1.

He later joined Simba wa Nairobi.

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