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Good News To Kenyans As Local Station Acquires Right To Broadcast The 2022 World Cup

Football lovers have all reasons to smile as one local media stations acquire the rights to show live matches of 2022, World Cup tournament.


The tournament, World Cup 2022 will take place in Qatar from November 20th to December 18th. 32 teams will take part in the eight group stage.


Following that, to there twitter page, KBC Managing Director, Samuel Maina informed that they have acquired free rights to broadcast the 2022 World Cup.


"KCB has acquired free to air rights to broadcast the 2022 World Cup." MD KBC confirmed.


Reacting to the news, Kenyans and particularly football lovers have shown immense joy. See reactions below;


Nelson: Pongezi sana KBC. Another reason to remain in doors this World Cup season.

Allan: All matches. Think licence only belong to the selected few matches

Wambiti: Good News

Sammy: Will it be all matches or selected

Maingi: Good move


Opening match in the much awaited contest will be between host, Qatar vs Ecuador on Sunday, Nov 20th at 20:00 PM.

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