The World Rally Championships have just concluded this evening in Naivasha where they have been going on for the past few days where thousands of Kenyans made their way to.
Picture courtesy. Image from WRC.
The event attracted thousands of Kenyans from all walks of life and even tourists in the country who wished to have a glimpse of the annual event that has attracted so much talent on the races.
According to State House Kenya, the President has made a statement concerning how much the rally has profited the country and why it should go on in the future.
The President of Kenya, Uhuru Kenyatta, while speaking at the event, lauded the efforts of the drivers and Kenyans at large who turned up to witness the incredible event.
Here is the full statement by President Uhuru Kenyatta, "President has praised the World Rally Championship in Naivasha, terming it an impressive motor sporting event in the country which has positively impacted the economy of our nation.
The President said that since making a return to the country in 2021, the international motor sporting event has exponentially raised the profile of the country by attracting renowned motor sports giants."
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