Ahead of the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers match between Kenya and Togo, Football Kenya Federation (FKF) President Nick Mwendwa has assured fans not worry about their security since enough of that has been addressed prior to the game.
Harambee Stars, whose match has been scheduled to kick off at Moi International Sports Center (MISC), Kasarani on Monday 18 November at 7 pm under floodlights, has raised concerns on the safety of fans and their properties since the match is to be played at night.
The Federation has employed the services of the General Service Unit, Regular Police, Stewards, Bouncers, and Private security to ensure the safety and security of the fans as well as their property.
As quoted on FKF website, Mwendwa said, “Vehicles shall be parked just outside the main stadium, next to the competitors’ entrance. The parking lot will be manned by the General Service Unit Officers,
“I want to urge fans to come out in large numbers and support the Harambee Stars. We did it in Egypt and we want to do it again here,” urged the FKF President.
Tickets will retail at KES 200 (Terraces) and KES 500 (VIP) and will be sold at Kenya Cinema, Ngomongo Roundabout, Opposite Safari Park Hotel and outside Kasarani’s Gate 12.