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We are using sport to change young people’s lives

Friday, May 03, 2024

By Francis Mureithi

Writer Nation Media Group

What you need to know:

  • The project taps into the power of sports to bring social cohesion while embracing diversity, and inclusivity and advocating for good governance.
  • It has brought together more than 300 youths from the Nakuru political hotbeds, including Nakuru Town East and Nakuru Town West.
  • The youth are involved in football and basketball and the organisers plan to introduce other sports like volleyball, athletics, and netball.


For a long time, youth have been mischievously used by politicians as peace ambassadors through hurriedly arranged tournaments.

These seem to be sports-related events but they are not. Each one of them is turned into a political event.

Politicians use the youth as pawns to help them get elected, run campaigns and even to settle scores.

That is changing in Nakuru, thanks to an initiative dubbed the Game Project.


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NCTC Newsletter Vol 4

National Government Administrative Officers (also known as NGAO) stationed in Nakuru County, were in October trained on their role in identifying, preventing and disrupting terrorist activities in the region. Those trained included Deputy County Commissioners, Assistant County Commissioners and local chiefs.

The training was overseen by the National Counter Terrorism Center (NCTC) in conjunction with MIDRIFT HURINET and Act Change Transform through the Global Community Engagement and Resilience Fund (GCERF)-funded ARIVE program.


Central Rift NGAO trained on tackling radicalization

Sept-Dec, 2023

Source : NCTC Newsletter Vol 4


National Government Administrative Officers (also known as NGAO) stationed in Nakuru County, were in October trained on their role in identifying, preventing and disrupting terrorist activities in the region. Those trained included Deputy County Commissioners, Assistant County Commissioners and local chiefs.

The training was overseen by the National Counter Terrorism Center (NCTC) in conjunction with MIDRIFT HURINET and Act Change Transform through the Global Community Engagement and Resilience Fund (GCERF)-funded ARIVE program.

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