Sports’ betting has grown in leaps and bounds absorbing Kenyans into yearning and hoping for quick rich schemes. The promotional offers in the media and rise of casinos helps to maintain the gambling mentality for those who get the predictions right reaping big as the rest continue betting. Our reporter Bernard visited some of the […]
Wilson Kamau, a runner of marathons and 10 km in Kenya and Europe since 2007, is running for orphans. Every weekend he travels to Nyahururu, 186 km from Nairobi, to provide for their needs. He brings food and check their daily needs. Next to running he is also managing a hair salon to make extra money. […]
“My name is Anne Wacuka Njeri. I am a swimmer”. That is how inspirational paralympic swimmer Anne Wacuka introduces herself and tells her story. With pride and dignity. In Nairobi, Kenya it is not so easy to grow up with a disability. A lack of knowledge often let people treat you with pity. But Anne […]
As a football player, cyclist and skilled taxi driver Ibrahim Wafula has one leg, but knows no limits. At an age of 7 years he lost one of his legs in a car accident. Coming from a poor family it was not so common that his mother stimulated him to play like any abled person. Now he is an […]
If you are a talents in sports it can give you a great opportunity for a good education. Exploring youth sports talents can bring them a scholarship for a good high school or even university. Like Kevin Kerore, strong, 16 years old and since he was 9 years a a disciplined and promising rugby talent. […]
Sanitation and hygiene are amongst the biggest problems in the informal settlements of Nairobi, with their flying toilets, the lack of clean water and unsafe places for children. This 99th episode shows that through sport and ballgames like ‘clean hands race’, or ‘world toilet cup’ the children in the slums can learn at early age about sanitation and […]
In Korogocho slum the Hope Raisers Skaters claim the streets in weekends by introducing skating as an exiting game and sport to young people in the streets. Your reporter is Ursula Akinyi, and cameraman Musa Chahare.