Government of Kenya to allow Fans into Nyayo National Stadium
By Terenceodhiambo | self meida writer
Published 11 days ago - 409 views
Kenyan club's chairman Ambrose Rachier said that the government is planning to allow a limited number of spectators for Saturday's CAF confederation playoff match between Gor Mahia football club and NAPSA stars of Zambia. Spectators were banned from stadium last year for a 8 months break due to Covid-19 pandemic. Now here is a good news for Gor Mahia fans who enjoy stadium environment.
Nyayo National stadium has a capacity of thirty thousand people and the ministry of sports has set a 30% limit which is same as mine thousand spectators. Those who will be permitted to go in are required to wear masks and to observe social distancing while in stadium terraces.
The tickets will be sold at City Stadium, around Nyayo stadium round about and at Kenya Cinema. The VIP tickets will be sold at one thousand shillings while terrace tickets will be costing five hundred kenyan shillings.
The Club's chairman was speaking on Ramogi FM radio a head of the competition.
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