KCB and Bandari FC and Harambee Stars player Rishad Shedu is in
dire need of medical assistance to enable him travel to India
for an operation on his ailing left leg.
According to Kenya
Football Coaches Association (KEFOCA) Chairman Ricky Solomon,
Shedu who now supports himself using crutches, requires over Sh2
million for treatment or his legs will be amputated.
Solomon has revealed
that a series of fund raising activities including a beach
football tournament are being organised by friends to assist in
meeting the medical costs for the operation.
The major fundraiser
will be held at 680 Hotel in Nairobi on March 7.
stakeholders and friends of Shedu, we have organized a
grand-fund raiser on March 7, 2018 at 680 Hotel as well as
Kanamai Beach Soccer Easter Tournament at Kanamai Beach front
from March 30 to April 2, 2018,’’ said KEFOCA boss.
international football stars paid a courtesy call to Shedu at
his Nairobi home in Majengo, Carlifornia last weekend.
The players included
Solomon, Mahmoud Abbas, John “Bobby” Ogolla, Edward Kiza, James
Odhiambo, Swaleh Ochieng, George Waweru, Nevil Pudo as well as
former Harambee Stars national team Coach Marshall Mulwa.