It was a long journey to Oyugis, on the way, I happened to see many things I have never seen e.g. crying stone, being in kisumu city etc.
I enjoyed the climate in Oyugis as it was very hot and you can sleep without covering yourself at night. I also learnt that those people in Oyugis are very courageous and can speak before people. During the tournament we had no fear because it was a peace building tournament. In between the tournament we tought by some elders on the importance of living in peace and cooperating as youths. It was an enjoyable topic.
We had very enjoyable moments because we were warmly welcomed and where we slept was much secured, we were given both quality and quantity food.
It was a very peaceful tournament because we were given equal opportunities and there was no any discrimination. These reflected a peaceful match. I also learnt the importance of living with other people in peace.
I am so delighted and look forward to more opportunities to experience diverse cultures and learn from others.
When I was chosen to be among others to participate in Oyugis tournament, I was very happy for such a privilege. We played very well but at the end of the match we were defeated, but we didn't loose hope. After having played that we didn't managed to continue in the next quarter, so we had to come back to Kitale the following day. When we were coming home we reached at kisumu town and we posed to the lake Victoria and we boarded the ship and enjoyed ourselves in the water. After that we entered our cars and continued with our journey to Kitale.Reaching Kitale our director who is Mr. Francis Gichuki came with tysa van then we left to our homes. The journey was very safe and enjoyable; I thank the almighty father for his mercy.
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