On November 27, the Kenya Rugby 7s team posted a request for financial assistance on Twitter, asking Kenyans to help them so they could train and represent Kenya in Dubai and Cape Town.
After allegedly enduring months without salary, rugby greats Willy Ombaka and Dennis Ombachi made a plea to Kenyans for support of the Kenya 7s Rugby squad.
Ababu Namwamba, the cabinet secretary for youth affairs, sports, and heritage, has come under fire for his most recent tweet regarding the problems with the Kenya Rugby 7s.
CS Namwamba has come under fire for his most recent post on his Twitter account after choosing to avoid the conversation about the Rugby 7s team's problems and instead write a message of encouragement for those who will be taking the national exams.
Netizens have responded to CS Namwamba's post in a variety of ways, storming his timeline to post various criticisms of him.
He received criticism from online users for choosing to wish the candidates luck rather than speak out about the Kenya Rugby 7s team's financial limitations.
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