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KPC women’s volleyball team feted for exceptional performance.

Speaking during a breakfast meeting at Boma Hotel recently, KPC Ag. Managing Director Joe Sang said the team has been inspirational in starring KPC’s image locally and internationally. “Our volleyball stars remain our top-notch brand ambassadors and when they fly the Kenya flag during local and international competitions, it is not just KPC that takes pride, but Kenya as a nation of champions and achievers,” he said.

Sang said the official registration of the club by the Registrar of Sports, has cemented the Company sponsorship of the team.

“As a Company, we now have a formal outfit to associate with and sponsor fully”, he added.

KPC Chairperson Faith Boinet lauded the team for their consistency in distinctively mapping out KPC in their activities. “I have followed the performance of the team and I am a firm believer that we are destined for greater heights” she said.

In his remarks, the PS State Department of Petroleum Dr. Mohamed Liban said the government is keen in supporting sporting talents as a way of addressing youth unemployment. He lauded KPC for sponsoring the team and urged the Company not to relent on sponsoring the players.

“I congratulate you for being true ambassadors for KPC and I assure you of our support even as you prepare to show the world what you are made of during the African Club Championships,” the PS said.

On his part, the Head Coach Paul Gitau said the team did extremely well in the recently concluded National League. He said the players were and still are in an upbeat mood and that the team will take it one step at a time. He expressed optimism that the team will stage a great show going forward.

During the function, the Company rewarded all the players with a token of appreciation as a show of commitment to their course.