3. Open occasion
The President has coordinated that Wednesday twentieth April 2016 to be announced open occasion in acknowledgment of the notable accomplishment by Kenya rugby players.
Kenyans will accumulate at the notable Uhuru Park for a national festivity and later on at KICC for photograph shoot with rugby players.
4. Facelift for rugby stadia
President Uhuru has guaranteed to get a 50,000 limit world class rugby stadium at Impala Grounds.
The president says his administration will put resources into rugby stadia and preparing offices with the expectation that Kenya will have HSBC World Rugby Sevens Arrangement in coming days.
5. Classes for rugby
The president says rugby as a game will be fused in school educational programs in that every single grade school will be constrained to play the sport.
The thought is to prepare players from a young age furthermore ensure the nation has persistent supply of Injeras and Khayanges.
6. Lifetime therapeutic cover and recompense Uhuru made it clear that no rugby player will end up resembling cricketer Maurice Odumbe. Rugby players who make Kenya sparkle at universal stage will be given recompenses and medicinal cover even when they resign from the game.
Ahem, this is only a sarcastic article. President Uhuru hasn’t made any of the above promises however I wish he would have done that as of now.
Congolese president Joseph Kabila recompensed DR. Congo’s national football group with Prados after the group won African Countries Title (CHAN) that were held in Rwanda.
Congo is much poorer than Kenya yet their leader gave a 30-man football squad in addition to the training staff Toyota Prados every, why can’t Uhuru do that for our rugby group??