Kenya becomes the newest member of the World Curling Federation

Kenya was recognized as the newest member of the World Curling Federation (WCF).

The Kenya Curling Federation (KCF) is only the second African country to be approved for membership on the global governing body.

Kenya has followed Nigeria, which joined in 2018, and will compete in the Pacific-Asian zone of WCF competitions.

“Kenya Curling is proud to be the second African country to become a WCF member,” said KCF President Laventer Atieno Oguta.

“This is a great achievement for Kenya and Africa and it will motivate more African members.

“The KCF will work hard to promote and support other African countries and to promote curling in both Kenya and Africa.”

WCF President Kate Caithness said the organization “is delighted to welcome Kenya to the curling family”.

“This is a great achievement for Kenya and Africa and it will motivate more African members,” added Caithness.

“The KCF will work hard to promote and support other African countries and to promote curling in both Kenya and Africa.”

Turkmenistan and Bolivia were also approved for WCF membership last November.

The WCF now has 67 member associations.

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