Kenya: Boost Kit for Murang’a County League clubs


Ten clubs from the Murang’a County League of the Kenyan Football Federation (FKF) received donated kits this weekend from SportPesa in partnership with the Kits for Africa program.

This event, at St. Sebastian Park, was preceded by a National Super League (NSL) match between hosts Murang’a Seal and Kibera Black Stars, which ended 2-2.

“We have a serious drinking problem in the county,” FKF Murang’a County Chairman Robert Macharia told Nation Sport.

“This is why I am excited about this initiative as it will seek to motivate young people by providing them with the necessary equipment to compete and showcase their talents.”

The kits including shirts, shorts and socks were distributed to a number of teams, including Ndakaini FC, Platinum and Murang’a Prisons.

“It’s always fun and rewarding to support future football talent. These players will be a talent pool for Harambee Stars in the future,” said Lola Okulo, public relations manager at SportPesa.

Macharia has also pledged to ensure that Murang’a Seal is promoted to the Premier League of the Football Kenya Federation (FKF) over the next two seasons.

Kits for Africa initiative which encourages football fans to donate their old kit to underprivileged, grassroots and teams across Africa.

So far, 50,000 kits have been collected in Europe and sent to football loving communities in Africa thanks to SportPesa.

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