Kapenguria Heroes in the convey. Photo/GERALD ANDERSONKapenguria Heroes with trophies in Kapenguria town. Photo/GERALD ANDERSONKapenguria Heroes showcasing the trophies after beating Gor Mahia Youth 3-0 in post-match penalties to lift the Chapa Dimba Na Safaricom Boys title. Photo/GERALD ANDERSONKapenguria residents turned up in large numbers to cheer the home team Kapenguria Heroes. Photo/GERALD ANDERSONKapenguria Heroes displaying the trophies to the residents. Photo/GERALD ANDERSONWomen lining up to welcome Kapenguria Heroes. Photo/GERALD ANDERSONKapenguria Heroes team heading to Makutano town which is the biggest center in Kapenguria. Photo/GERALD ANDERSONWest Pokot traditional dancers entertaining the new champions in town. Photo/GERALD ANDERSONKapenguria Heroes team at the West Pokot Governor’s office. Photo/GERALD ANDERSONWest Pokot traditional dancers. Photo/GERALD ANDERSONWest Pokot Traditional dancers entertaining the team. Photo/GERALD ANDERSONWest Pokot County Sports minister Emily Chepoghisho with the trophy. Photo/GERALD ANDERSONWest Pokot Governor John Lonyangapuo receiving the trohies. Photo/GERALD ANDERSON0Shares0000(Visited 7 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000West Pokot Traditional dancers receiving the Kapenguria Heroes team that stunned Gor Mahia Youth 3-0 in post match-penalties to lift the Boys Chapa Dimba NaSafaricom title. Photo/GERALD ANDERSONNAIROBI, Kenya, Mar 28 – They say a picture is worth a thousand words; here is how Chapa Dimba Na Safaricom Boys champions Kapenguria Heroes were welcomed back home in a grand ceremony at their West Pokot County.Kapenguria residents applauding the team along the Kapenguria town streets. Photo/GERALD ANDERSONKapenguria Heroes Traditional dancers breaking into a jig as the Kapenguria Heroes arrived at the border of West Pokot and Trans Nzoia. Photo/GERALD ANDERSONKapenguria Herors goal keeper Brian Lumumba who saved three penalties against Gor Mahia Youth greeting the officials from the West Pokot County assembly as well as MCAs. Photo/GERALD ANDERSONKapenguria Heroes players having a jig with traditional dances during their home coming in West Pokot.Photo/GERALD ANDERSONNow in their home county, the convey cheered on the road side by the residents, then snailed through Psigrio before passing the busy Makutano all the way to Kapenguria Town before heading to Governor John Lonyangapuo’s office where they met another set of traditional dancers who sung and dance for the heroes.
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