Tennis superstars Serena and Venus Williams are in Kenya for humanitarian reasons. PANA, a Pan African information company, writes on its website that the two jetted into the country on Tuesday from Nigeria, courtesy of the organization, Care International.
They are said to have flown to Kisumu, where they met orphans and women widowed by HIV/AIDS. Their security in Kenya is been facilitated by the US Marines, and their delegations is moving in a convoy of not less than 10 vehicles. They will be involved in humanitarian activities in 3 provinces, among them Nyanza, Rift Valley and Nairobi.
They are expected to visit Sadili Ovals Sports Academy, a tennis institution funded by Serena to help children aged 12-16 years receive training from the best coaches.They will then pay the good people of Kibera a visit. The two sisters are currently financing the school projects for poor children near Maasai Mara.