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G4S 4teen in the News

Tune into the next episode of Trans World Sport, which features G4S 4teen sprinter Fanuel Kenosi

Botswanan sprinting sensation, and G4S sponsored athlete, Fanuel Kenosi took global TV show Trans World Sport around his home town and gave them an insight in to what it’s like to be an elite sprinter with a gruelling training schedule. As well as taking the film crew to meet his family, Fanuel and G4S Botswana employees spent a special day at the Mochudi Resource Centre, which provides accommodation, rehabilitation and life skills for visually impaired children. At the Mochudi Resource Centre, Fanuel was on hand to help donate sporting equipment to the Mochudi Resource Centre.

The special event was attended by a number of high profile guests, which included the Mochudi Resource Centre Board of Directors, Kgosi Pilane, G4S Botswana Managing Director, Moraki Mokgosana and a representative from the British High Commission, Jeffrey Mathewman. The afternoon gave G4S the opportunity to officially hand over the equipment which included a full set of Goalball kit, specialist sports equipment and educational toys.

The children put on entertainment for the guests while enjoying a special tea and a surprise visit from an ice cream van! During the afternoon G4S 4teen athlete, Fanuel spent time playing football with the kids and in return they gave him a lesson in the rules of Goal Ball.

Fanuel said: ‘I feel privileged to be able to come to this centre and spend time with these children. This is a very special place and I’m proud of my sponsor G4S for supporting such a worthwhile project.'
The Director of the centre, Sophie Moalosi thanked G4S for their support: ‘We are so grateful for the support that G4S has given this centre. By providing this specialised equipment we can offer the children an opportunity to develop in sports they haven’t had the chance to take part in before.’

You can watch the feature here

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