Mwamba Rugby Club has signed a partnership with Liberty Life, for the annual Kabeberi Sevens set for the weekend at RFUEA Grounds, Ngong Road.
Liberty Life Assurance Kenya is a life insurance provider that has been providing relevant products to Kenyans for over 50 years.
Speaking on the partnership with Kababeri Sevens, Connie Kirika said: “Our purpose at Liberty is to make a difference in people’s lives by making financial freedom possible. We change realities and make freedom possible by providing innovative and relevant solutions that help our customers protect their greatest assets. Our diverse and flexible products include life insurance, investment solutions, education and retirement savings plans. We pride ourselves in putting the customers’ needs first.”
With a proud heritage of over half a century, Liberty Kenya has been a pioneer in knowledge sharing and making a significant contribution to the financial services industry. They continue to strive to change realities in Kenya “because Liberty is not just our name; it’s what we do!”
There will be a dedicated, alcohol-free family stand adjacent to a Kiddies Village (free of charge), while another stand on the opposite side will be designated as the Party Stand.
The George Mwangi Kabeberi Memorial Sevens, popularly known as the Kabeberi Sevens, was first played in 1986 to commemorate the passing away of the charismatic George Mwangi Kabeberi, one of the founding members of the Mwamba club. Over the years, the significance of the tournament has been expanded to honour departed club members, including recently departed Leeroy Okara, Absalom “Bimbo” Mutere, Abedeen Shikoyi, Jimmy Owino and lately Victor Wayodi among others.
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More information on Kabeberi 7s event, vending and branding opportunities is found on the website http://mwambarugby.com/kabeberi-sevens/
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