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Makau leads his team to Dasani Victory

Machakos May 17 – Machakos Golf Club Captain Stephen Makau led his team of Eugene Kisuya, Edward Tenga and David Mila to victory at the fourth leg of Dasani Golf Gala held over the weekend at the Machakos Golf Club.Makau a handicap-20 golfer played impressively posting a stable ford score of 22 points on the first nine and 16 points on the second nine for a total of 38 stable-ford points. David Mula contributed 37 points whilst Edward Tenga contributed 35 points bringing the team total to 110 points. Eugene Kisuya the Vice Captain at Machakos was the team’s weakest link albeit with a respectable score of 34 points.

Speaking after his round, Tenga said that winning at Machakos and qualifying for the Grand Finale was rewarding. “As a team, we put in a lot of hard work and luckily we all played relatively well,” Tenga said. “I have to confess we did say our prayers and hopefully we will be equally successful at the Finale.”

Makau added this was the second time his team was qualifying for the Finale. “Last year we did not do so well at the Grand Finale and we missed out on the trip to South Africa,” Makau said. “On this occasion, we will improve our skills and ensure we secure the title and head to Atlanta for the TOUR Championship.”

The team of Shaffiq Sundeji, Simon Bett, Samuel Theuri and Bernard Mung’ata finished second with 108 points. Sundeji, a seasoned Machakos Club golfer playing off handicap 17 posted an excellent 40 stable-ford points whilst Bett and Theuri both posted 34-points. Mungata was the weakest link with 31-points.

The individual winner was Fred Kilonzi the former Machakos Club captain who returned an impressive 38 points beating the KAF’s Kevin Mabele on count back. The guest prizes went to Kiambu’s Patrick Muigai who returned 33 stable ford points; Watson Burugu was the guest runner up on a 28-points.

The Dasani Golf Gala now heads to Kenya’s Home of Golf, the Muthaiga Golf Club on the 21st of May 2011.



  1. upuzi_tele

    September 21, 2012 at 1:14 pm

    Now that is what Kenyans want to hear. I can now rank you higher than Ruto and Mudavadi.

  2. Mathaland

    September 21, 2012 at 1:33 pm

    Wishing Miguna all the best. Looks like he knows what exactly ails Nairobi. With his energy, zeal and determination I strongly believe he can transform Nairobi.

  3. Ngoma

    September 21, 2012 at 1:49 pm

    You have my vote Miguna!

  4. singha1

    September 21, 2012 at 1:52 pm

    Everyone has the same plans for Nairobi. No one ever implements them,so I dont see how different any of the candidates will be

  5. Gibson Nabuteya Amenya

    September 21, 2012 at 3:54 pm

    Miguma dont know what leadership easy is much easy to tell people what they want to hear but when elected you do what power will want you to do.

  6. Ralph

    September 21, 2012 at 5:15 pm

    Just say, “i beleive” and you will surely get it.

  7. Kachu Boniface

    September 21, 2012 at 7:52 pm

    Yes we could give you the opportunity but Miguna as your genuine friend permit me to tell you these:-
    a.) Doing things requires money and it is up to the owner of the money not the user of the money.
    b.) In Kenya to be voted in requires numbers. As a Kenya what i can tell you is your agenda doesn’t sell so easily. The voters in Nairobi are still so dumb even if we pretend that we are super informed we are no different from those in the most rural place in Kenya….We vote our own, we take money for votes and we don’t like paying tax but we ask the senior servants to pay.
    c.) So many of us still believe in Rhetoric.
    d.) As a public we don’t understand where we want to arrive and how to do so.

    I will advise you however to be strategic and try to stay in the light that you can get enough votes to be voted in then you can implement what is good for us Nairobians which also happens to be your dream… It takes strategy! It doesnt matter for someone who wants to help the helpless fools of Nairobi…even if you have to join ODM or PNU..this i will tell you if we met one on one its strategy! Get there then do the right otherwise you will never get there.
    We commonly forget that liberal societies like in Canada , it took them hundreds of years to develop the democracy and independence that we so eagerly yearn for.
    As fAfricans lets be patient and develop step by step…America is thousands of years while kenya is in its 40s-50s!

  8. Anonymous

    September 22, 2012 at 1:13 pm

    migooner!u have lived in Canada all through!you dont know ma hustler na sufferer wa will you help a people your lifestyle and theirs aint same?you aint a leader!please look for other people to betray and trait!and peel more masks back!

  9. shadrack njeru

    September 26, 2012 at 3:24 pm

    yap,you can make a good leader.we need people like you who can willingly and strongly condemn cases of corruption,selfishness and impunity which have demolished our nation.

  10. POnyambu

    September 27, 2012 at 5:53 am

    Ok, you seem to prove smart remembering the time of releasing your book ‘peeling back the mask’, and now the declaration that you will vie for Nairobi governorship. The promises you are presenting are not new to Nairobians, it would have been better if you could have mentioned what you did for them during your good times at the PM’s office. The construction of modern sewers and building of solid waste management plant are all super good projects aimed at conserving the nature and environment and also as a unseen diseases prevention measure but what did you do concerning the same then when you had the PM and the Nairobi Mayor at your disposal?
    The country is headed to the county governance, a slow start of decentralization of services meaning urbanization will also reduce with time, if more and modern housing is successful, what will you do to keep the investment viable and to maintain tenancy.
    Crime could be as a result of either underutilized minds, unemployment, or idleness, instead of involving the community in policing matters, what else can you do to leave the assignment to the police on payrolls and allow the public to do the errands peacefully, and guaranteed of security. This Community policing is the mother of Mungiki, Tarban, Kamjeshi, jeshi la mzee, youth for KANU ’92 and we all know the price we pay back to this gangs. Let the police work be left to the professionals not only in Nairobi but in the whole country.

    You have nothing to curb water shortages, power outages, means to promote businesses, intention to increasing factories, industries, and Go-downs, to include sports as a profitable career, ways to streamline public transport sector, formular to include the public in social and economic decision making process?

    Mr. governor YOU need to expound on the needs of the Nairobians to prove to them you understand their needs and wants and you are ready to progressively tackle them together

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