Fly 748 extends another Ksh6M in sponsorship to Kenya Police FC
Fly 748 has extended another Ksh 6 Million in sponsorship to Kenya Police FC following a stellar performance on their debute year in Kenya Premier League.
During the Cheque signing ceremony in Nairobi, Fly 748 Managing Director Moses Mwangi said the airline is extremely elated by the performance that saw the Football club finish 9th position out of 18 in their first year.
“Its only last year that Kenya Police FC managed to enter Premier League and you cant believe the kind of work they have done and this is what actually brings us here. I have to tell you the truth. We see this is a group that we can work with, they are people committed and there is alot of committement in the team,” said Mr. Mwangi.
The airline is optimistic of even better performance this season when Kenya Police FC play the remaining three matches starting January 2023. Mr. Mwangi has also promised to review upwards the current sponsorship ceiling on condition that the fotball club also performs even better next year.
“If you do better we are also going to do better,” said Mr. Mwangi.
Deputy Inspector General, Edward Mbugua also expressed satisfaction with clubs performance and the support it has received from the airline.
“I want to appreciate Fly 748 for the support they have been giving us over the last one year we have been together. You have supported us very well and we have agreed you will also support us in the coming season,” said Mr. Mbugua.
The signing and hand over of the cheque was done at Vigilance House, Nairobi.
748 Air Services Chairman, Ahmed Jibril an ardent supporter of local football clubs wished the Kenya police club the best in their forthcoming matches and missions of promoting community policing.