CS Amina shows her love for Gor Mahia and Kenyans can’t stop talking
Sports CS Amina Mohamed on Friday stunned the football fraternity by showing her predecessors what it takes to be a working sports Cabinet Secretary.
The CS took to Twitter to publicise Sunday's CAF Confederations Cup Quarterfinal match between Gor Mahia FC and RSB Berkane of Morocco that is scheduled to be played at Kasarani Stadium.
In a video featuring Radio Africa journalist Carol Radul and herself, Amina urged Kenyan fans to turn out in large numbers to support K'Ogalo as they go for glory in CAF Confederations Cup.
The Green Army have come a long way in this tournament and have been through thick and thin with the humiliating 4-0 defeat in the hands of Zamalek showing just what they have endured getting here.
The video now has close to 4000 views since it was posted and she will be hoping that more Kenyans get to answer her call to support the home side on Sunday.
Here is what some Kenyans on the internet had to say:
Hapo ndio unashindia ule kijana wa class seven. — Jamur25 (@ogotjohn) April 5, 2019
We want this @OfficialGMFC match to be played in one of this stadiums @JubileePartyK promised #KasaraniStadium is old.
Infact 2017 DP Ruto increased to 9. #AsanteRuto pic.twitter.com/F1ieMH8MAV — ABDULLAHI® (@crediblepollske) April 6, 2019
Hapo sasa CS. — Mutuku Fred (@iammutukufred) April 5, 2019
YEEEEESSSSSSSSSSSS THATS MY CS THATS MY CSSSSS THE BEST CS — Magna Carta Otis (@WILLLANO13) April 6, 2019
I love yr spirit Mum, whatever you do, do it well, — Hannah Maigua (@maigua_hannah) April 5, 2019
Kabisa! And we love it! — Pauline Njoroge, HSC (@paulinenjoroge) April 5, 2019
Now this is what is expected from a sports CS kudos @CarolRadull and likes of @MikeOkinyi this is the spirit, also let her work with federations on resources and sports budgeting plans most clubs lack five or so strategic plan on resource mobilisations.Clubs audits isa hot potato — GibsonAmenya (@GibNabson) April 6, 2019
A woman with a great spirit,,,great job — King????Collo Collins (@KingcolloC) April 6, 2019
Gor Mahia will be hoping to avoid an upset at home in order to strengthen their position ahead of the second Leg that will be played in Morocco.
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