The second day of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Africa Qualifier 2023 saw Kenya and Nigeria facing off in the first game, while Tanzania played against Zimbabwe in the second game. Kenya won the toss and chose to bowl against Nigeria, who managed to score only 121 runs, with Isaac Danladi being the top scorer with 46 runs. Vraj Patel was the standout bowler for Kenya, picking up two wickets for 17 runs. Kenya struggled but ultimately won the match with four wickets remaining. In the second game, Tanzania could only muster 96 runs, with Sikandar Raza and Richard Ngarava taking three wickets each for Zimbabwe. The top three Zimbabwean batters achieved the target in just 10.4 overs, with Tadiwanashe Marumani being the top scorer with 39 runs. Raza was awarded the Player of the Match for his bowling performance. The list of the most runs saw Nikolaas Davin on top, followed by IA Karim and Orchide Tuyisenge. The most wickets list was led by Richard Ngarava, with JJ Smit and Alpesh Ramjani following close behind.