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Kenya to host World Rally Championship up to 2026, says Uhuru


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President Uhuru Kenyatta has announced that Kenya will continue hosting the World Rally Championship for the next five years as per the sealed agreement with the International Automobile Federation (FIA).

The President spoke on Thursday at the Kenyatta International Convention Centre where he flagged off the second edition of the World Rally Championship.

His Excellency flagged off the first ten rally cars which included Kenyan teams comprising of McRae Kimathi, Maxine Wahome, Jeremy…

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