Kenya went into the game against Amavubi after drawing 0-0 against Uganda in their Group E opener and they took the lead courtesy of captain Michael Olunga in the 10th minute.
Rwanda however got back on level terms in the most fortunate of fashions. A short corner was floated into the area by Haruna Niyonzima with Jack Tuyisenge heading it against Rwatubyaye’s back, changing the ball’s direction into the net.
In the end, it was a second successive draw for Jacob Ghost Mulee’s side, who moved second behind Mali on the standings.
The West Africa nation will play Uganda on Monday.