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CarGen awards motorcycles to Madoka Marathon winners.

Car and General Motors, became one of the latest entrants in the Madoka Sponsorship game. Led by the regional manager, Mr. James Mwangi, the group partnered with the organizers this time, giving out 2 brand new motorbikes to the local winners.

While addressing journalists at the event on Saturday, the Manager highlighted this as a bid towards local youth and women empowerment. The local the winners of the 21 KM men’s category Katuu Samuel (1.34.15) and women’s category Eunice Koronge got motorbikes (TVS 150 CC) each

A happy Eunice, on her prize.

“Our goal is to make car and general motors products accessible and affordable, and we hope to maintain such partnerships now and into the future” He said

While receiving the items, the marathon’s patron Rtd. General Madoka and the DG Her Excellency Majala Mlagui appreciated the gesture, encouraging more to get on board.

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