CS Namwamba To Work With Multichoice to Live Stream Local Games 

He made an appeal to the local TV stations to support his endeavor, which he claims will assist promote Kenya's artistic potential around the world.

Written By Vanessa Kariuki || 

On the sidelines of the Jamhuri Day Cup 2022 match at Nyayo National Stadium in Nairobi, Minister of Youth Affairs, Sports, and the Arts Ababu Namwamba spoke with Multichoice Africa CEO Ms. Fhulu Badugela.

The meeting is a component of the Ministry’s preparations to restart Kenyan live sports broadcasting.

The CS has vowed to work for a long-term resolution that would enable Multichoice to once again broadcast games in coordination with regional TV stations.

He made an appeal to the local TV stations to support his endeavor, which he claims will assist promote Kenya’s artistic potential around the world.

The CS and Ms. Badugela participated in the medal presentation event. After the game ended in a 1-1 draw, FC Sofapaka defeated AFC Leopards 3-1 on penalties to win the Ksh. 500,000 grand prize. For finishing in second place, the AFC Leopards received Ksh. 300,000