Cricket South Africa launched a World Cup-style competition, consisting of four pools of four teams each with the winners of each pool advancing to the semi-finals and eventually to the final.
Saeed Ajmal bowled six overs for 23 runs and took one wicket in Pakistan's 118-run win in the fourth unofficial one-day match against Kenya in Lahore. The banned off-spinner bowled for the first time in three months with a remodelled action.
Saeed Ajmal has been included in Pakistan's A squad for the last two matches of the ODI series vs Kenya to be played in Lahore on Friday and Saturday.
Kenya is the first ICC ranked team to tour Pakistan for a series since March 2009 when militants attacked the Sri Lankan team in Lahore.
Kenya will face Pakistan A in Lahore from December 13-20. Kenya will become the second Associate side to tour Pakistan, after Afghanistan in 2012.
Former Kenyan all-rounder Maurice Odumbe, who was banned for five years after being accused of fixing a match in Zimbabwe, maintains his innocence a decade after he was punished by Justice Ahmed Ebrahim.
Steve Tikolo has replaced Robin Brown, who stood down after the side's failure to qualify for next year's ICC World Twenty20 championships in Bangladesh.
Paul Stirling and veteran Trent Johnston starred for Ireland as Afghanistan were bowled out for 157, chasing a mammoth 225 for a win in Abu Dhabi.
Obuya, a star of Kenya's 2003 World Cup semi-final success, was involved in an altercation with team-mate Irfan Karim during a recent tour of Sri Lanka.
Afghanistan join World Cricket League winners Ireland as qualifiers for the 2015 World Cup to be played in Australia and New Zealand. In the finals, they will play in Pool A against Australia, New Zealand, England, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh.