On a picturesque Saturday, the Kenya Airports Authority (KAA) hosted a memorable Golf Day at the enchanting Thika Greens Resort, uniting stakeholders from diverse sectors. The event pulsated with excitement, competitive fervor, and served as an invaluable occasion for KAA to foster meaningful connections with its stakeholders.
Hon. Caleb Kositany, Chairman of the KAA Board, and Acting Managing Director, Henry Ogoye, graced the occasion, adding prestige to a tournament that showcased an impressive fusion of golfing prowess. Hon. Kositany, a passionate golfer, led by example, embodying a seamless blend of leadership and sportsmanship.
“The KAA Golf Day transcends the boundaries of sports; it’s a pivotal moment to fortify our ties with stakeholders and articulate our vision for the future,” emphasized Hon. Caleb Kositany during the event.
Henry Ogoye, KAA’s Acting MD, expressed his contentment, stating, “The KAA Golf Day has proven to be an exceptional platform, providing us with a relaxed setting to connect with stakeholders, fostering unity and mutual understanding.”
Joseph Kamiri emerged as the Overall Winner with a remarkable score of 44 points, while George Wamae triumphed in the Men’s category with 42 points, and Doris Night led the Ladies’ category with 43 points. In the staff category, KAA’s own Judith Kimeu secured victory with 29 points.
The tournament’s gala dinner and prize-giving ceremony, orchestrated by Hon. Kositany, stood out as the evening’s highlights. These moments not only celebrated individual achievements but also underscored KAA’s unwavering commitment to excellence and its dedication to forging robust stakeholder relations through the platform of sport.
As the curtain fell on the KAA Golf Day, it left an indelible mark on attendees, promising future events where spirited competition and meaningful stakeholder engagement will continue to intertwine.