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Ghanaian Team beats Kenyans to bag 12,000 dollars in The Guinness Football Challenge

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Francis Ngigi and Kepha Kimani didn’t get Guinness Money. Sad huh? They however managed to make it to the next step of the challenge, inspite of fierce competition from Ghana who are now the biggest money winners.

The other Kenyan team which had Kenneth Kamau and Willis Ogutu, didn’t make it to the final stages of the episode. Jonathan Nabb and Desmond Odaano, went on to hit target four on the Guinness Money Wall.

That means they bagged over $12,000, to add to their $8,500 from previous rounds! Kaching!

Jonathan and Desmond were also awarded $4,000 in recognition of the amazing effort they put in through the first two rounds. They have now secured a spot in the first Pan-African Final, and are in with a chance of raising their country’s flag as champions.

Arianne Okong’o, East African Breweries Marketing Manager (Guinness & Partner Brands) said: “All of our footballing pairs did incredibly well to get to our first ever Semi-Final and congratulations to Francis and Kephafor bagging a spot in the final. They really showed that they have what it takes to be real players in life and not to just sit on the side lines.  We are now looking forward to cheering on our final two remaining teams who will be flying the flag for Kenya and East Africa in the next Semi-Final.”

What’s next? Vying for their chance in the Finals in the second Semi-Final are the following football fanatics:

KENYA
•    IN BLACK -EphantusNyambura, 24, and Samuel Papa, 23, from Nairobi will be hoping to do better than the $3,000 they won in their National and Quarter Final episodes.  Ephantus will be the Brain of the pair whilst Samuel, who plays football for Nakuru Allstars FC, will take on the skills round.

•    IN RED – Kenneth Mukuri, 26, and Chris Mwangi, 19, are from Nairobi.  They will be hoping to go all the way after struggling to win more than $1,500 on the GUINNESS Money Wall in their National episode.  Kenneth will be the teams Brain while Chris will be the Brawn.

CAMEROON:
•    IN GREEN -EmerandTchouta, 24 and Abdul Salam, 25 have a total prize fund of $6,500 after scoring target 4 on the Guinness Money Wall in their Quarter-Final.  Brain Emerand and Brawn Abdul will now be hoping to capitalise on their winnings and make it all the way to the final

READERS COMMENTS

  1. Opong says:

    Finally we’ve won something…where was this tournament

  2. Jonathan Naab says:

    Oppong it was held in South Africa.its shown on tv.viasat one at 9pm on Thursdays,metro and tv Africa on Saturdays at 6pm and joysports on Sundays at 7pm