The mass registration of supporters is in full swing, as the club aims to build a strong fan base that stands behind them.
This move not only fosters a sense of unity among fans but also ensures that Shabana FC continues to enjoy fervent support in all their matches.
Shabana FC’s dedication to expansion and outreach is evident as their Nakuru Main Branch Chair, Makana, shared the progress made by their branch.
The Nakuru branch has already completed its registration process, contributing Ksh 35,000 to the cause. This sum includes Ksh 10,000 for branch registration and Ksh 25,000 for the registration of 50 members, each paying a fee of Ksh 500.
The Nakuru branch also has ambitious plans to establish an office where all Shabana FC merchandise will be available, further bolstering the club’s presence in the region.
The significance of Shabana FC’s achievements has not gone unnoticed by local government officials.
Mombasa Governor Sheriff Nassir received the Executive Committee of Shabana FC’s Mombasa Branch, acknowledging their contributions to the community.
The presentation of a team jersey and membership serves as a testament to the club’s strong ties with the region and its people.
The presence of government representatives underscores the importance of sports as a unifying force that bridges communities and fosters a sense of pride.
The club’s positive influence continues to spread, as evident in the warm reception by Homa Bay Governor Gladys Wanga.
Hosting Shabana FC for breakfast ahead of their inaugural Premier League match, Governor Wanga expressed her excitement and pride in Homa Bay being chosen as the team’s home venue, as Gusii Stadium is under renovation.