NAIROBI, Kenya, July 22- Mathare Youth Sports Association (MYSA) offices were broken into Friday morning and property including seven desktop and ten laptop computers worth more than Sh1.45m carted away.
MYSA lost important documents and mementos including the prestigious Football for Hope champions trophy won during the tournament at the FIFA World Cup in South Africa.
A statement from the organisation also confirmed equipment and documents pertaining to the three MYSA teams scheduled to depart for the Norway Cup Friday evening were not stolen during the raid.
The association appealed to members of the public to volunteer information that could lead to the culprits behind the robbery apprehended.
“We are indeed saddened and concerned that property belonging to the young people was stolen. We condemn the crime and hope that this does not happen again,” the brief stated.
Friday’s incident is the second to rock as sports association following May’s raid at the offices of Athletics Kenya where two guards manning the Riadha House headquarters disappeared.
No one has been arrested over the incident where the thieves made away with desktop computer processors from offices belonging to top officials including the chairman, his first deputy, secretary general and statistician.