Governor Mike Sonko donates 150 buses to ferry fans for Kenya v Ethiopia match

Goal Kenya.
This comes a few hours after the national government, through the ministry of Sports waived the gate charges

There will be free transport to Kasarani Stadium for fans willing to attend the Afcon match between Kenya’s Harambee Stars and Ethiopia on Sunday.

Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko has pledged 150 buses that will be transporting fans to the match venue. This comes a few hours after the national government, through the Ministry of Sports waived the gate charges for the crucial fixture.

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“The buses will be transporting Harambee Stars fans from various centers within Nairobi to Kasarani in a bid to support sports culture in the country,” Sonko said in a statement signed by the Director of Governor’s Press Service, Elkana Jacobs and obtained by Goal.

Harambee Stars are top of the Group F with four points, same as Ethiopia, who are above Ghana and Sierra Leone, both on three points.

Kenya played out to a 0-0 draw with Ethiopia in the first leg on Wednesday.

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