Radio Jambo sports analyst, Anthoy ‘Modo’ Kimani is back in the country after participating in the inaugural African Sports Business Association summit in Nairobi between July 26th to July 28th 2016.
The eloquent former Mathare United captain, graced the summit whose aim is to boost the number of sports business students participating and achieving sports business educational qualifications to harness the growth of the sports business industry in the African continent.
According to africansportsbiz.com, some of their objectives are; To promote sports business education in Africa through imaginative campaigns based on equal opportunity for all and to promote sports entrepreneurship and innovation and the growth of Small and Medium size Enterprises (SMEs).
The soft-spoken Modo was lucky enough to meet and interact with Keynote speaker, Lincoln Philips, the first African American to coach a professional soccer team in the United States Of America, who is also the founder of the Black Soccer Coaches Association in America among other celebrities.
I’m glad to have been part of the African Sports Business Summit. I met Lincoln Phillips, the 1st black to coach a professional soccer team in the U.S, founder of the Black Soccer Coaches Association in America and his son Sheldon Phillips a sports lawyer and former Sec. Gen. of Trinidad and Tobago football association. Two days of great sports discussions.
Read Modo’s post on his Facebook feed.
See photos below.