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Harambe Stars Government makes Important Decision ahead of Harambee Stars clash with Ethiopia on Sunday

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Good Move from the government

Harambe Stars. Rashid Echesa. Entry to Harambee stars match against Ethiopia is free- Echesa play Harambe Stars. Rashid Echesa. Entry to Harambee stars match against Ethiopia is free- Echesa (Courtesy)

The Government through the Ministry of Sports, Culture and heritage has made an important announcement ahead of the Harambee Stars Clash against Ethiopia on Sunday for the AFCON 2019 championships.

In a press Statement issued by the Cabinet Secretary for Sports, Rashid Echesa, entry to Kasarani Stadium will be free of charge to allow Kenyans to cheer their team to victory.

Echesa disclosed that the decision was reached upon, due to the outstanding performance Harambee has been registering in their previous matches.

play Rashid Echesa. Entry to Harambee stars match against Ethiopia is free- Echesa (Courtesy)

 

On Sunday, Kenya will be hosting Ethiopia in a return second leg AFCON match at Kasarani and patriotic Kenyans are expected to turn out in large numbers of support the team.

“I wish to announce that entry to stadium at Kasarani will be free of charge to allow Kenyan to cheer their team to victory. A win for Harambee Stars in this Match will take the team to the brink of Kenya qualifying for AFCON 2019 in Cameroon,’ reads part of the statement.

So far Kenya has beaten Ghana and drawn with Ethiopia.

Statement

play Statement from Echesa. Rashid Echesa. Entry to Harambee stars match against Ethiopia is free- Echesa (Courtesy)
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