Western Kenya is a hub of football talent, says Nick Mwendwa

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Football Kenya Federation president Nick Mwendwa has hailed the Western part of the country, saying it has been resourceful in naturing football talent.

Mwendwa spoke during the ongoing Chapa Dimba initiative in the region, adding that the initiative will help stir up young boys and girls talents in football.

"Western region has been a hub of football talent in the country for years and we are glad that this tournament represents a key stepping stone to discovering and propelling even more talent from there," said Mr. Mwendwa.

This comes even after safaricom talent search heads to the region.

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The finals will see winners walk away with Sh1 million each and an opportunity to go for an international training and mentorship camp in London in April 2018.

Safaricom has invested Sh100 million towards the program which includes Shl10m worth of prizes as well as funds for renovation of select community pitches through a legacy programme.

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