Kenya Federation of American football president was invited by Kenya University Sports Association (KUSA) executive during their scheduled meeting to conduct a presentation about American football in Kenya where particularly flag football was of emphasis that accommodates both genders.
The presentation purposed on how the game is played, the conspicuous difference between flag and tackle, size of the field, the technical staff, equipment involved, competition structure and how the transition to tackle given that it's a new concept taking root in Kenya.
Kenya University sports Association endorsed the full adoption of American football into the university’s sports curriculum. They urged KFAF leadership to continue with the awareness campaign of American football in Kenya and most importantly educate/train coaches and referees who will oversee the development of the game in universities.
The Ministry of sports is championing sports diversity in Kenya and this is a welcoming move to have a new sport introduced in Kenyan learning institutions.
In conclusion, once American football hits the five conferences it will be no longer be a demonstration sport but a competitive sport and KUSA games will feature American football.