June 14th, 2014 |
Wazalendo Hockey Club are horrified and saddened by the abduction of school going girls in Nigeria and the ongoing terror attacks in our country Kenya.
We unequivocally condemn Boko Haram’s horrendous act and demand for the unconditional release of the girls.
Wazalendo Hockey Club would like to render utmost support and solidarity to the people of Nigeria, in particular those families who are directly affected by this act of terror. We call on the African Union (AU) to assist the Nigerian government in any way in its quest to recover the girls and restore peace to Nigeria’s North East.
We also strongly condemn the terror attacks in our own country and offer our deepest condolences to the friends and family of those who lost their lives in the terror attacks. We would also like to wish those injured or maimed during these terror attacks a quick recovery. We would like to call upon the Kenyan Government and all security stakeholders to enhance security in our country and take measures to search and apprehend these culprits.
Our leaders must rise up to the challenge and mobilize all forces to smash these tendencies before they become endemic.
To show our support, we shall observe a minute of silence and hoist banners proclaiming our disgust against terrorism during our training session tomorrow Sunday, 15th June.
– James Omondi, Club Chairman
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