Kenya Cup side Mwamba RFC are consulting with the Nairobi Railways Club before making a decision after areas of the Railways Club were earmarked for excision.
The Railways Club which hosts their training and the home ground has been handed to Kenya National Highways Authority (KeNHA) and it will be used to build a bus terminal which will serve vehicles from Rongai, Ngong and Machakos as a way to reduce congestion in the City as the Expressway is built.
According to Kulabu’s statement, with part of the areas of their grounds earmarked their activities might be affected with the new development. The Club has requested fans and staff to remain calm as they seek to address the matter and give way forward.
“The club wishes to address itself to the ongoing activities around Nairobi Railway Club, our home for the last 43 years. We’re aware that sections of the grounds have been earmarked for excision for the development of the Nairobi Expressway,” reads part of the statement.
“The targeted areas will definitely have an impact on our activities as a club. We’re therefore consulting the NRC to assess the extent of the impact and weighing our options. We urge our players, staff, members and fans to remain calm as we address these unforeseen events,” the statement concludes.
The targeted areas will definitely have an impact on our activities as a club. We're therefore consulting the NRC to asses the extent of the impact and weighing our options. We urge our players, staff, members and fans to remain calm as we address these unforeseen events. pic.twitter.com/9DIdFm1lWl
— Stanbic Mwamba (@MwambaRFC) September 16, 2020