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Arsenal fans make merry with less fortunate in Kisii

Arsenal fans serve food to children during a visit at a children’s home

KISII, Kenya, Dec 26 – Arsenal fans from various parts of the country celebrated Christmas with less privileged children in Kisii, placing a smile on the less fortunate in the society.

Donning the Arsenal jerseys, the fans visited Jogoo children’s home in Kisii town where they donated foodstuff for the children.

the fans who came from different counties also opened an Arsenal office for fans in the town.

Speaking at the children’s home Kisii branch arsenal fans official Dominic Ouko said this is the 18th branch the fans have opened.

Arsenal fans enjoy their time with kids at a children’s home

“Other than watching the game we decided that we meet as a family and do something positive that can transform the society,” said Ouko.

He noted that charity events to the vulnerable children are among the key issues they will address as a way of giving back to society.

Migori branch representative said the charity is a responsibility for the fans, with the aim of expanding territories in the coming years.

-Rosemary Onchari

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