AFC Leopards Receives A Major Boost As City Businessman Kidake Makes This Huge Donation To The Club
By FourOneOne | self meida writer
Published 19 days ago - 0 views
The Kenya primer league giant football club AFC Leopards has received a major boost after a city businesswoman and aspiring Vihiga county governor Hon Alex Kidake donated 100k to support club activities.
In a funds drive held at the Radisson Blue Hotel in Upper Hill Nairobi. Several leaders, especially from the western region, came in handy to support the club. Hon Kidake speaking during the occasion asked the clubs officials to ensure they take home three points after every match.
Kidake also committed to continue supporting the club at all times. He emphasised the need for and importance of supporting talents through sports.
Others who also supported the Club include the founder of the macleans sloya foundation and aspiring Sabatia constituency MP who is an ardent fan of the AFC Leopards.
Musalia Mudavadi has been supporting the club and has now promised each player a house should they win the league. What is your take? Will AFC carry the league this time?
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