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Former Thika Queens striker, Phoebe Ndege, currently an electrical engineer in the US, has exemplified gratitude by sponsoring a football tournament in her hometown of Siaya County. Ndege, who credits her success to her community, initiated the event to give back to the place that nurtured her football career.

The tournament, featuring 12 men’s and 8 women’s teams, kicked off with exciting matches, showcasing the community’s passion for the sport. Ndege’s commitment to community development goes beyond football; each participating team is guaranteed a ball and playing kits, reflecting her dedication to empowering local talent.

Notably, the tournament holds promise for the future, as Ndege expressed plans to host it biannually, engaging potential partners for increased resources. Beyond football, the community benefits from free medical services during the event, emphasizing the holistic impact of Ndege’s initiative.

The winners, both men and women, stand to receive substantial cash prizes and trophies, fostering a competitive spirit among participants. Phoebe Ndege’s story is a testament to the enduring connection between sports, gratitude, and community development, transcending geographical boundaries.

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