Strathmore Leos forward Bethuel Anami Muteshi will be running seven kilometres on a daily basis to raise funds that will be channelled towards the Elimisha Stratizen campaign.
The Elimisha Stratizen initiative has been launched by Strathmore University Students to help colleagues who have the will to study but lack school fees.
Wellwishers can join Muteshi -a Bachelor of Commerce student to raise the funds by sending their contributions to Mpesa Paybill No 891 300 account number 41420. His is set to run from 21 July to August 31 2020.
“Elimisha stratizen initiative is a collective contribution and fundraiser by students to aid fellow students who have the zeal to study but have challenges in raising the school fees. At the moment they are doing campaigns to raise funds,” the former St Peters player told the Scrummage.
“I thought of what I could do to help them. That’s why I have decided to run 7km daily to make contributions. I felt its a way of giving back and the school has given me the go-ahead,” he stated.
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Be someone else sunshine, Be the reason someone smiles today. pic.twitter.com/0wfaK8eThx
— Bethuel Muteshi (@AnamiUel) July 21, 2020
Muteshi had a stellar run in the KRU Championship scoring 14 tries for the students as they finished top of the log with 76 points.