Kenya Sevens Co-Captain Tony Omondi Becomes Ambassador for green campaign company

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Kenya Sevens Co-Captain Tony Omondi Becomes Ambassador for green campaign company

Mark Kinyanjui 15:00 - 11.04.2024

The Shujaa captain has agreed to become a brand ambassador for an anti-global warming campaign company that is seeking to regreen Africa within the next 10 years.

Tony Omondi, co-captain of the Kenya Sevens rugby team, has recently announced a partnership with Just Dig It, an African anti-global warming campaign company.

 Omondi, a pivotal figure in the Kenya Sevens squad since his debut in 2021, will now serve as an ambassador for Just Green It as they endeavor to regreen Africa over the next decade.

Expressing his enthusiasm for the collaboration, Omondi shared his excitement on social media, stating, "I am thrilled to be appointed as their brand ambassador and happy to champion the battle against climate change by regreening Africa."

The Mwamba Fly Half's dedication extends beyond his environmental advocacy, as he also aims to lead Kenya Sevens back to the HSBC World Series. 

With crucial tournaments scheduled in Germany and Spain, the team's performance in these events could determine their fate before they embark on their Paris 2024 campaign.

Just Green It operates on the belief in the transformative power of nature, striving to combat climate change by regreening degraded land and restoring vegetation. 

Their ambitious goal involves regreening African landscapes alongside 350 million farmers over the next decade.

To achieve this vision, Just Green It empowers and mobilizes a vast movement, fostering grassroots participation in regreening efforts.

 As evidence of their impact, the company has already restored 300,000 hectares of land, reintroduced over 9 million trees, and continues to expand their reach every day.

Through Tony Omondi's partnership with Just Green It, the campaign gains a passionate advocate who not only excels on the rugby field but also contributes to environmental conservation and sustainable development in Africa.

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