A lady fighting crime in Thika’s Makongeni estate through her karate club

A woman from Thika’s Makongeni estate is helping fight crime in the town’s most notorious slums through her Karate club where she trains young children self-defense skills.

Elizabeth Rakwaro, has trained over 500 children a mixture of skills such as Karate, Kungfu, basic discipline and other life skills.

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Through her Young Dragons Academy that she established in 2008, Elizabeth Rakwaro, 47, popularly known as coach, has 54 children who flock an open field where they train over the weekends and during holidays.

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The team has represented the country in Karate and Taekwondo at national levels, East Africa region and also international level having been to the United Kingdom early last year where they won a trophy.


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