Gor Mahia Supply Foodstuffs In Nairobi

Kenyan Premier League (KPL) champions Gor Mahia on Monday donated foodstuffs and items to more than 50 families in Nairobi’s Kawangware residential area.

The club partnered with Fikisha Rehabilitation Center and its fan association Kuludeng Original to donate a wide range of items including maize floor, cooking oil, tissues, rice, soaps, and sugar in an exercise meant to cushion the beneficiaries from the implications of the Covid-19 pandemic.

The event was held at the Rehabilitation center located in Kawangware where Gor Mahia chairman Ambrose Rachier and three of Gor players, Lawrence Juma, Samuel Onyango and Jack Oluoch, were present.

Gor Mahia Treasurer Calvin Okeyo described the exercise as a big success, adding that they had planned to distribute food to other parts of the county as well.

“It was a good partnership between us and Fikisha Rehab Center at least we have been able to reach more than 50 families in Kawangware. We started in Kawangware where the Rehab is located and we hope to move to other parts. We can’t go travel far because of the currently in place but we shall work within the schedule” said Okeyo.

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