Victor Wanyama excited after being named charity ambassador

Victor Wanyama

Jersey 2 Africa 4 Football Foundation, a Jersey based non-profit organisation, has appointed Victor Wanyama as its ambassador.

The objective behind appointing excited Wanyama as its charity ambassador is to connect with young players in Kenya by supporting their football development.

Taking to twitter, Wanyama tweeted: “So excited to become an ambassador for @j2a4football they are doing great things in Kenya. Looking forward to being part of the team.”

This was in response to Jersey 2 Africa 4 Football Foundation tweet that read: “We are delighted to announce that @VictorWanyama has become Ambassador for J2A! #charity #giving #football #jerseyci.”

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