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FKF unveil Cecafa dates

02 October 2013, 12:21

Nairobi - This year's Cecafa Senior Challenge Cup will be held from November 27 to December 12 in Kenya.

In a statement released by Football Kenya Federation (FKF), the federation explained the details of the meeting and also went on to reveal the match venues.

“Chaired by FKF President Sam Nyamweya and attended by Cecafa Secretary General Nicholas Musonye, Senator Mike Mbuvi in his capacity as the Nairobi County Senator and representing Governor Evans Kidero also in attendance were Senior Government officials as well Mr Gabriel Komora Sports Stadia CEO among other members.”

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