FOOTBALL: KAMANDA LAUNCHES YOUTH FOOTBALL

Starehe MP Maina Kamanda shakes hands with Ndua FC youths of Starehe Constituency when he launched Maina Kamanda cup at Land Mawe grounds, Nairobi yesterday. The cup will involve 50 teams of youths within Starehe Constituency. He told the youths to take opportunity of the remaining 3 days to registerthose who have not registered. He also asked them to keep peace and not to be allowed to be used by selfish politicians. ON 12/02/2017 PHOTO: JENIPHER WACHIE

Starehe MP Maina Kamanda joined Ndua FC Youths and Melon FC to celebrate the launch of Maina Kamanda cup in Landi Mawe last weekend.

Ndua FC won against their opponents Melon FC 3-1 first march in the tournament. Despite the hot sun, the young men from Wakulima Central Business Ward entertained residents and visiting youths.

During the event, Youths were urged to keep off drugs, but instead engage in productive activities that will uplift their lives and those around them.

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