Ayimba keen on promoting, developing sports countrywide

Written By: Richard Munga


Former National Rugby Sevens team Head coach Benjamin Ayimba, has reiterated his plans to promote and develop sports further, in the country.

And for the Umpteenth time, Ayimba, who guided Kenya to the semifinals of the 2013 Sevens World Cup in Russia, as well as the World Sevens Series Main Cup title in Singapore, rubbished claims that he plans on running for office in the Kenya Rugby Union.

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Former Shujaa Head Coach Benjamin Ayimba is a man fondly remembered for making history after leading Kenya to her first ever World SevensSeries Main Cup title in Singapore back in 2016.

However, despite his passion for advocating for change in the sport, Ayimba has once again cleared the air on speculation that he plans on running for office in the Kenya Rugby Union

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For now, Ayimba, under his sports initiative, is keen on working with all sports stakeholders for the purpose of promoting sports in the country

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Meanwhile he has commended the appointment of Paul Murunga as the Shujaa coach and Kevin Wambua as his assistant, and believes the ongoing Safari 7s tournament will go a long way in preparing the team for the upcoming HSBC World Rugby Series

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Shujaa are in Pool B alongside Fiji, Scotland and France for the season opener in Dubai later this month.


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