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Kenema supporters unite for inaugural fan run

This Sunday marks a historic day for loyal fans of Bahir Dar Kenema FC as they unite for the club’s inaugural fan run, themed “Follow the Wave.”

The event aims to reconnect supporters who have enthusiastically followed Kenema’s success in the league and distinctive style of play, giving them a chance to come together and boost their beloved club. The fan run is also expected to provide a much-needed cash injection as the club prepares to compete on the continental stage.

Organized by the Bahir Dar Kenema Supporters Association in tandem with event specialist Twins Advertising, the fan run has stirred a wave of enthusiasm and anticipation.

Several notable sponsors lent their support to this momentous occasion. Nigru Mulaalem, owner of Adeb Engineering, has contributed 100,000 birr while another donor who is known for his charitable endeavors, has purchased 50,000 birr worth of jerseys for the 10 km family run.

WA Kuriftu Lodge, which has a longstanding partnership with Kenema, has pledged 100,000 birr to sponsor the event. Naki Hotel and Addis Amba Hotel have also confirmed their sponsorship, further complementing the success of the fan run.

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Security is a priority for organizers with extensive measures implemented to cover all security bases.

As anticipation builds, supporters are eagerly anticipating what will surely be a memorable demonstration of unity among the fans of the historic club and also serve as a fundraising initiative to enable the club to achieve further sporting and financial success.

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