KCB forward Shadon Munoko, his former coach at Mean Machine Ramsfield Matekwa and the Rugby Patrons Society donated foodstuffs, masks, gloves and clothes to rugby kids living in slums.
Munoko and co visited the residents of Githogoro slums near Runda on Thursday and delivered their donations to the youngsters. Munoko, who moved to KCB ahead of the 2019/20 season, says the urge to help those in need drove him to be part of the initiative to donate to the kids in Githogoro.
“I was driven by the fact that I can impact someone’s life positively especially during this tough period. As you know, rugby encourages brotherhood and we should come through for those in need,” Munoko told the Scrummage.
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The Rugby Patrons Society recently carried out food donation exercises at Rugby Grassroots Clubs of Ngong, Matasia, Embul-bul and Runda in efforts to support the needy children in their Rugby Program.
Munoko joins the likes of Johnstone Olindi, Collins Shikoli and Moses Begi who partnered with Blak Blad and Nondies players to make donations to those living in slums. Kenya 7s star Dan Sikuta also donated masks to people in his village.