Kenya football team Harambee has gained points to move four places in Federation of International Football Association (FIFA) ranking.
According to the report released by FIFA, the Stanley Okumbi charges has moved from 78th place to the current 74.
This was a good news for the national team as they prepare for the 2019 africa Cup of Nations (AFCON)as they prepare to play against Sierra Leone on June 10th.
The country moves to 16th place in the continent and second to Uganda in the East African region.
At the same time, Tanzania dropped three places from position 135 to 138 in the world, while Ethiopia, who are in the same group as Kenya in the 2019 AFCON Qualifiers, move down from 124th place to position 125.
There was a massive drop by Rwanda from position 118 to 128, as Burundi also dropped seven positions down to 148 from 141 last month.
Brazil remains in top place in the world followed by Argentina and Germany respectively with Chile and Colombia completing the best five. In Africa, Egypt leads the way at position 20 globally.
Senegal, Cameroon, Nigeria and DRC Congo follow in that order to complete the top five nations in Africa.