Vision 2030 boosts local players in Kenya Open starts

Each of the pros who qualified for the Kenya Open got Sh200,000 facilitation

All the benefits exclude the four golfers under Absa Bank Kenya stable namely Daniel Nduva, Simon Ngige, David Wakhu, and Mohit  Mediratta

Those who have benefited from the Vision 2030 boost are Dismas Indiza, Paul Chidale of Malawi, Zimbabwean Robson Chinhoi, Eric Ooko, and Samuel Njoroge.

Local pros have every reason to smile after Kenya Vision 2030 announced their sponsorship package ahead of today’s Magical Kenya Open

Kenya Vision 2030 Director-General, Kenneth Mwige, gave local and regional pros each a token of Sh200,000 to serve as logistical support for the event which will count towards the DP World Tour.

All the benefits exclude the four golfers under Absa Bank Kenya stable namely Daniel Nduva, Simon Ngige, David Wakhu, and Mohit  Mediratta

Those who have benefited from the Vision 2030 boost are Dismas Indiza, Paul Chidale of Malawi, Zimbabwean Robson Chinhoi, Eric Ooko, and Samuel Njoroge

Each of the pros who qualified for the Kenya Open got Sh200,000 facilitation

Local players promoted at Vision 2030 Kenya Open - Today Latest Updates

Local players promoted at Vision 2030 Kenya Open - Today Latest Updates