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Gor Mahia offered Two Rivers Sport District for training

Kenya Premier League Champions Gor Mahia have partnered with Two Rivers where they were offered there Sport District for training.

In a colorful event attended by ODM party leader Raila Odinga and Two Rivers director Chris Kirubi, Gor Mahia were welcomed to their new training ground.

Speaking was the clubs boss Rachier who noted that there previous training ground at Camp Toyoyo was becoming crowded and because of the pandemic it was not safe for them.

Chris Kirubi noted how pleased he was to partner with Gor Mahia as he noted how he will make sure that they receive all the support at the mall.

Kógallo patron and former Prime Minister Raila Odinga hailed Two Rivers for seeing the deal through urging clubs to get prepared for the new season ahead.

Hon. Raila was speaking as he called on other corporates in the country to join forces with local clubs and elevate the youth and football at large.

“I commend Two RiversKE for partnering with Official GMFC and offering them the mall’s Sports District for use as their training ground this season. I urge more corporate entities to support local sports teams especially community clubs.” Said Hon. Raila Odinga.

Gor Mahia offered Two Rivers Sport District for training
Alex Kiprop
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