Football Kenya Federation has confirmed the appointment of Charles Okere as the new Harambee Starlets' coach.
Okere replaces David Ouma, who left his role on mutual consent with the federation.
Part of the statement from the federation on Monday afternoon read;
"Football Kenya Federation has appointed Charles Okere as the national women's team, Harambee Starlets head coach,"
"Until his appointment, Okere was the assistant coach of Tusker FC. He will be assisted by Godfrey Oduor who is KCB’s assistant coach and Mildred Cheche, who, until her appointment, was part of the KCB technical bench.
"Coach Okere, whose appointment takes effect immediately, will replace David Ouma who has parted ways with the federation on mutual consent."
Football Kenya Federation appointed Charles Okere as the Harambee Starlets head coach.— Football Kenya Federation (@Football_Kenya) April 12, 2021
He will be assisted by Godfrey Oduor who is KCB’s assistant coach and Mildred Cheche who until her appointment was part of the KCB technical bench. pic.twitter.com/pOf5eGnPfw
Okere's first match in charge will be a friendly match away to Zambia later this month.