MoU signed with Kenya Rugby Union

AAIC Partners Africa Limited, together with HiRAKU Corporation and SEITOKU Corporation, signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Kenya Rugby Union (KRU)

They have agreed to work together with Japanese companies to provide sponsorship for Kenyan Rugby, support for talent discovery and study in Japan for the youth age group, training support for the youth age group, and initiatives utilizing the NFT in the future.

 Kenya’s sports, especially track and field long distance runners, are active in the world, and other sports including rugby have great potential, such as winning the World Rugby Sevens Series, the world’s premier men’s 7-a-side rugby competition, in 2016. AAIC Kenya is a member of the AAIC Kenya is working daily to contribute to Kenya’s economic development by supporting Japanese companies in their overseas expansion (consulting business), and in the future will promote not only consulting business but also human resource development through rugby and provide opportunities to play in Japan as part of its CSR activities.

From left: Kohei Yumiba, former Japan rugby captain Toshiro Hirose, Aggrey Wabulwenyi (KRU CEO), AAIC Manager Chiaki Hoshino