For the second time, Eldoret golf club caddies have benefitted from relief food and households donated by the club golfers.
Two weeks ago, the club under the chairmanship of Florence Murgor has donated food to their caddies to keep them within their homes to avoid contracting the coronavirus disease.
According to Murgor, the golfing fraternity has come up with a kitty that will be benefiting the caddies after two weeks where foodstuffs and household goods will be supplied to them.
The 42 caddies received 8kg of maize flour, 24kg of dry maize, a kilogramme of cooking fat, and bar soaps.
“As golfers at the club we saw it was good we come together as a golfing family and saw the need that the caddies should not travel to their various counties, running away from Eldoret since they usually get their daily bread at the club,” she said.
She added “When people travel, they may get infected hence they supply the disease. According to the ministry of health, people carry the disease and therefore we did not want them to get the disease in their respective places,” said Murgor.
“We had to ensure that our caddies live a better life just like when they were guiding us in the golf course,” said Murgor.
With such directive, Murgor said those willing to play can only play between 15 minutes to ensure there is no conduct.