The Wazalendo project phase I came to an end, on the 26th of December 2020 with the highly anticipated Wazalendo Rugby festival marking its end.
Phase II kicks off later on this afternoon, after the Wazalendo board approved it.
The main focus being, creating more rugby awareness in learning institutions across Western Kenya.
Wazalendo’s headcoach Peter Wamoto, is set to kick start his tour of Western Kenya this afternoon, with a short trip to Mumias, where he is expected to watch the incoming vs outgoing match at Koyonzo Highschool. He will then give his remarks on the match.
Earlier in the day, speaking to the Wazalendo press, Wamoto had quite alot to say about the Wazalendo phase II project and why he chose Mumias as his first destination.
“I’m so excited about phase II of the Wazalendo project, it’s something I’ve been looking forward to. I chose to begin with Mumias because it’s a place that holds alot of memories for me, having spent the first 10 years of my life there, I’ve always been keen to see rugby grow and flourish there. I’ll be heading to Koyonzo Secondary School later on today, at the invitation of their rugby coach Mr Okwemba. I expect to work with several schools both in Bungoma,Busia,Kakamega,Vihiga and Trans Nzoia counties in the forthcoming months.” Peter Wamoto.
The phase 2 project is also expected to cover colleges and Universities, among them Sang’alo Institute,KMTC and Kibabii University in Bungoma, as well as primary schools in the entire region. To book the Wazalendo headcoach for a session in any learning institution, email him ( firstname.lastname@example.org).