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iWayaAfrica provides car satellite tracking, internet connectivity at 62ND KCB Safari Rally
12 September 2014
iWayAfrica has sponsored the 62ndKCB safari rally that is set to give folks in Mount Kenya a spectacular action packed weekend!
The rally which was flagged by President Uhuru Kenyatta this morning – September 12, 2014 – at KICC will culminate with a price giving ceremony in Nanyuki on Sunday September 14 at Batian View between 2.30pm and 3.30pm. The ceremony will be graced by among other dignitaries Governor of Laikipia Joshua Irungu.
The Sponsorship package is equivalent to an amount in excess of Kshs 5 million which includes cash and communication services, reliable Internet connectivity at all rally sites and Internet connectivity for the Kenya Motor Sports Federation (KMSF) offices.
iWay’s communication capability in addressing needs in the remote areas will facilitate safety of drivers through car tracking through satellite communications, facilitate logistical communication for the pre, during and after rally events, ensure real time updates are sent to rally fans and stakeholders across the globe, giving back to the society, and supporting sports in Kenya. iWayAfrica is a leading African ISP, offering solutions over satellite, fiber optic and wireless networks. iWayAfrica’s expertise lies in designing, installing and operating networks to suit customers’ requirements, with direct presence across 44 African countries.
The total distance of the rally will be about 800km. The first leg of the rally will head to Nanyuki, the service park on the first day will be at Batian View in Nanyuki. The second leg will traverse the picturesque town of Nanyuki and the service park for this leg will be at Batian View in Nanyuki.
The event finishes at 14:30hrs on Sunday, September 14, 2014 and prize giving will be held on the podium at the finish.
iWayAfrica has been sponsoring the KCB Safari rallies since early 2000. The event, which is the longest running in the country and the sixth round of the Kenya National Rally Championship, will run under the FIA African Rally Championship regulations which allows longer “competitive sections” of about 250km.Coverage Of Press Release:
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