By MN Reporter
Uriri MP Mark Nyamita has pulled a first one in Nyanza by being the first legislator to train coaches.
This support for talent boost in mashinani cuts above tournaments organised by colleagues where teams play for token and uniforms.
“The training targets 200 coaches from Uriri but will start with the first 50 coaches in phase one,” Nyamita told Migori News.
Successful coaches will GET CAF level D licenses / certificates.
“This will allow them to coach teams and clubs not only in Kenya, but also across Africa,” he said.
He said he will solely target referees and local coaches extracted from Uriri, but it can be broadened.
This is part of talent promotion agenda done in conjunction with FKF.