"It is part of a far-reaching global relationship with the International Olympic Committee (IOC) spanning over ten years. For us, it is much more than a sponsorship. It is about bringing together our purpose of improving peopleâs lives and the Olympic movementâs purpose to build a better world," he said.
Under the partnership, he said the company will distribute sports equipment to more than 150 local schools.
"This is to ensure that our children have access to sports equipment that will help them excel in the discipline," he added.
British High Commissioner Peter Tibber, who was also present at the function, said they are ready to host the more than 200 countries who will take part in the Summer Olympic Games.
"We were excited to be given the honour of hosting the Games this year. We expect the Games to inspire and capture the imagination of millions of people worldwide. One of our aims is to bring young people together globally so as to make a lasting connection and learn from each other," he said.
Sports Secretary Wilson Langat lauded the partnership as envisaged in the announcement. He said the Government is ready to send a strong delegation to London in August.