Hope for Trans-Nzoia Falcons as Governor Comes to the Rescue

Trans Falcons players pose for a team photo before the start of a match.
Trans Falcons players pose for a team photo before the start of a match.
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Trans-nzoia Governor George Natembeya and County CEC for Sports Chanelle Kittony came to the aid of Trans-nzoia Falcons. 

This is after the Football Kenya Federation Women's Premier League side on Wednesday, January 18, 2023, received fully equipped rooms with bedding and foodstuffs from the county government. 

The intervention by the county government came after players were chased away from their apartments on Saturday evening, January 7, 2023, by club officials after losing a league match.

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After being evicted from their apartment the players accused some of the club officials of sexual harassment. 

FKF Women Representative Jane Khaendi together with other Club officials not implicated in the scandal was given the mandate to lead the team after the incident. 

During a past meeting to sort out the row facing the Kitale-based women's premier club, fans roughed up and ejected club officials. 

Club officials were accused of allegedly running down the team and mistreating players. 

In a call made to the team by acting FKF president Doris Petra, the players were assured of support from the federation. 

Falcons players are expected to resume their Camp after two weeks break ahead of their League matches. 

Trans-Nzoia Falcons is positioned fifth in the top-flight women league.

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