Footballer pictured breastfeeding child during match gifted 3 days Mombasa vacay

Footballer pictured breastfeeding child during match gifted 3 days Mombasa vacay

- Winnie Wangui has been awarded a three-day trip following her selfless act during a football match she was taking part in

- The footballer was joined by daughter Valencia and 60-year-old grandmother Mary Wangui

- The grandma was trusted with taking care of Valencia as Wangui took part in the now viral match

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Winnie Wangui, a lady footballer who was spotted breastfeeding her child during a football match, has been awarded a three-day Mombasa vacation.

Footballer pictured breastfeeding child during match gifted 3 days Mombasa vacay
Winnie Wwangui with daughter Valencia and grandma Mary. Photo: expeditionsmaasaisafarisltd
Source: Instagram

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The single mum touched many hearts with her selfless act showing just how important the sport and her child are, leading to a lot of praise online.

In a press statement, Expeditions Maasai Safaris, who arranged for the trip, stated the footballer arrived in Mombasa on the evening of Monday, March 15.

Wangui was accompanied by her young daughter Valencia and her 60-year-old grandmother Mary Wangui, who was left taking care of the baby as the sportswoman competed.

The three jetted out of Nairobi on a Fly540 aircraft and are expected to be back in Nairobi latest Friday.

Expedition's boss, Karema, who paid Wangui a visit at her Nyandarua home to make the offer, said her actions showed incredible motherhood spirit.

"It's not every day we get to see young mothers playing football in Kenya, and at the same time reminding us that no matter how busy we might get, we should never forget to pause and care for those who deserve our care,” said Karema.

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Wangui's photo was taken during a match putting Njambini Women vs Karangatha Women.

The tournament, held on Monday, March 8, was part of an International Women's Day celebration organised by Nyandarua women representative Faith Gitau.

Wangui also sells airtime, when not playing football, to make ends meet.

Her story touched many on social media who were encouraged by her selfless actions of ensuring she takes care of her daughter while also representing her team.

Wangui in a recent interview noted she would like to see her daughter grow up to become an even bigger football star than she is.

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Victor Otengo is a writer with five years of experience in the journalism field. He attended the Multimedia University of Kenya, where he studied for a Bachelor's Degree in Journalism and Mass Communication. Victor is an Entertainment editor and touches on Human Interest topics to inspire and add value to a reader's daily life. He also takes pride in making his readers laugh with hilarious stories from all over the world because he believes he is a comedian in another life. Learn more about him on Twitter @VeeqOtengo

Source: Sports Brief News