KPL to unveil Sh36mn broadcast partner Tuesday

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KPL Chief Executive Officer Jack Oguda has said from the next two weeks, a financial plan on what each team will be taking home off the Sh36mn bounty will be disclosed

NAIROBI, Kenya, Jun 30 – The Kenyan Premier League in addition to Football Kenya Federation will on Tuesday unveil Bamba Sport, a subsidiary of Radio Africa Group Limited as the league’s completely new broadcast partners in a six month deal worth Sh36mn.

The league has been off air through March after South African broadcaster SuperSport terminated their contract with the league managers yet the games will today be back on the screen, at least locally.

“Basically, we have sealed the deal in addition to the only thing remaining for us is usually to formalize everything in addition to officially sign, which will happen on Tuesday. This kind of is usually a six month deal in addition to we will review at the end of the season with the option of a long term deal,” KPL chairman Ambrose Rachier said.

Though the prominent city lawyer who also doubles up as the Gor Mahia chief failed to disclose details of the deal, Capital Sport has learnt the the item is usually roughly around Sh36mn.

Bamba Sport has been screening National Super League matches live in addition to they will today delve into the big boy market.

“the item is usually something great for our league because sponsors will today feel like they are getting value for their money. We have been working on This kind of for some time today in addition to we are glad the item has worked out,” Rachier added.

KPL Chief Executive Officer Jack Oguda has said from the next two weeks, a financial plan on what each team will be taking home off the Sh36mn bounty will be disclosed. He said the league body’s accounts team will make the necessary balances to ensure each team walks home with not bad cash.

He has also noted they expect to sign a bigger deal next year which will not only include a Free To Air (FTA) partner which Bamba have already snapped up, yet also a Pay TV partner.

“We have appointed an agency which will look at exploiting all our broadcast rights in addition to though we don’t have any imminent partners at This kind of moment, I am confident by next season we will have made remarkable progress,” Oguda said.

The league managers had their Annual general meeting today where apart through the disclosure of the completely new TV deal, KPL changed their MoU to incorporate the two extra teams which were a result of the league’s expansion as part of the shareholders.

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KPL to unveil Sh36mn broadcast partner Tuesday

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