Kakamega Senator Cleophas Malala (in blue tracksuit) pauses for a photo with Western Toast CEO Mr. Jamal 'Muli' Ahmed (third right), Nominated MCA Luke Opwora of Bungoma (right) and other officials during the launch of the 4th edition of Cleo Malala Super Cup in Kakamega County. PHOTO/COURTESY
The fourth edition of the Cleo Malala Super Cup on Saturday 9th October, 2021, received 800 loaves of bread from Western Toast company.
The food stuff is aimed at supporting lunch for players and organisers throughout the three months of the highly anticipated tournament which was launched today.
Speaking to Wakajuaness.Com, Western Toast Director Mr. Jamal Ahmed said the company is giving back to the community as Kakamega provides a large market for their products.
"As Western Toast Company, we felt proud to support this awesome tournament which is aimed at identifying and nurturing young talent across Kakamega County and we shall keep supplying the tournament with as many lorries of bread according to the weekly demands," said Mr. Jamal, popularly known as Muli.
Muli also added that supporting the tournament is also part of Western Toast's CSR and will continue giving back to the community through supporting sports and arts activities.
On his side, Senator Cleophas Malala, who is the founder of the tournament, thanked Western Toast for the humble gesture, saying the bread supply will ease the lunch logistics for the teams and organisers, something that has been a challenge for long.
"This is very wonderful from Western Toast and I urge the residents to keep supporting Western Toast to grow even bigger by buying their products," said the former thespian.
The Cleo Malala Super Cup takes place every year with 620 team expected to participate.
The winners will take home Ksh1 million while runners up take home Sh500,000 and Sh250,000 respectively.
The fourth-placed will part with Sh100,000 with dozens of other rewards.
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