In the aftermath of the incident, Nyambega Gisesa, undeterred by the act of hooliganism, bravely expressed his commitment to fighting for the rights of the Nyamira people and his unwavering support for sports.
He commended Shabana FC for their outstanding performance in the match and congratulated them on winning the NSL League, marking their triumphant return to the Kenya Premier League.
The politician vowed to continue supporting and nurturing sports, emphasizing that no act of violence would diminish his dedication.
On the football front, Shabana FC delivered an outstanding performance, defeating Kisumu All Stars with a resounding 2-0 victory.
This significant win secured their position as the NSL champions, as they accumulated an impressive 73 points throughout the season.
The team’s success was met with jubilation from their dedicated fans and supporters, who celebrated their triumphant return to the Kenya Premier League.
Meanwhile, Murang’a Seal secured the second spot in the NSL League standings with a total of 69 points.
Their journey to the runner-up position was sealed by a thrilling 2-2 draw against Gusii FC at the Awendo Green Stadium on the same day.
The match was filled with nail-biting moments and intense competition, leaving fans on the edge of their seats until the final whistle.
Prominent leaders, including Anthony Kibagendi, Clive Gisairo, Obadiah Barongo, and Irene Mayaka, were in attendance at Gusii Stadium to witness the crucial match.
However, two notable absentees were Education CS Ezekiel Machogu and Silvanus Osoro, who had previously expressed their intention to support Shabana FC by attending the final match.
The incident involving Nyambega Gisesa has shed light on the volatile situation surrounding the Keroka boundary dispute, which continues to be a point of contention between Nyamira and Kisii counties.