Presidential aspirant and Amani National Congress (ANC) party leader, Musalia Mudavadi today stated that he is ready to form a government that will have enhanced policies to advance sporting industry in the country.
Speaking after hosting the fastest man in Africa, Ferdinand Omurwa Omanyala, Mudavadi said that Kenya has a lot of untapped talent which needs to be nurtured from an early age. He expressed his admiration for Omanyala's plan to set up a sports Academy and complex in the country to help nurture young talents saying it is an initiative that needs to be supported to fruition.
He termed Omanyala's performance around the globe as an indication that the country has many more like him only that they are yet to be identified and given a platform to showcase their talent.
He however stressed that his government will have in place policies that will scout, nurture and protect sportsmen and women in the country. He encouraged youths in the sporting industry to be industrious while at the same time building their academic and professional profile.
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