Nairobi Governor Johnson Sakaja announced lucrative cash prizes for the winners of the tournament
A total of 340 teams drawn from the 17 sub-counties in Nairobi will take part in the tournament, set to kick off on September 30th with the grand finale set for December 16th, 2023.
Nairobi Governor Johnson Sakaja announced lucrative cash prizes for the winners of the tournament with a Sh.3million bounty for the winning team.
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The three East African neighbours delivered a compelling case for them to be given the rights over other bids from Senegal, Egypt, Botswana and a joint bid from Nigeria and Benin.
The runners-up team will pocket Sh.2million while the third placed team will walk away with Sh.1million. There will also be cash awards for best players as well as most disciplined fans.
The women category of the tournament will also have lucrative cash prizes where the winner will walk away with Sh.1million, the runners-up Sh500,000 and the third placed team Sh.250,000.
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Speaking during the launch Sakaja said his government is determined to finish all stadia currently under construction.
“This is a dream come true and I want to assure all youths in Nairobi that I will support sports in different disciplines to ensure that thousands of out talented youths have opportunities to earn a living from their talent,” Sakaja said.
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He further said that during the duration of the tournament, scouts will be actively engaged to spot talented players and those who will land opportunities to go for trials abroad will receive support from his foundation to travel .
“I want to pledge my support to sports at all levels because our youths have great talents which can change their lives. I know thousand of youths will benefit from this tournament and the Sakaja foundation will also support other sports not only football,” he added.