Superior Milling, Exodus ‘feed’ athletes

SUPERIOR Milling and Exodus Boxing Stables (EBS) yesterday donated 35 X 25kg bags of mealie meal worth K2, 800 to athletes preparing for the Congo Brazzaville All-Africa Games.
Superior Milling contributed 20X25kg bags while EBS contributed 15X25kg.
Superior Milling managing director Peter Cottan said during the handover ceremony in Lusaka that it is important for athletes to have enough food.
“The mealie-meal we have donated should assist you as you prepare for the All-Africa Games,” Cottan said.
He urged athletes to be disciplined if they are to win medals in Brazzaville.
And boxer Esther Phiri urged athletes to work hard and remain disciplined.
And Ministry of Sport director of sport Bessie Chelemu thanked Superior Milling and EBS for the gesture.
“As Government, we are grateful because we sometimes face challenges in ensuring all their needs are met. It is an honour and privilege to receive donations from you. You have demonstrated that you do not only promote boxing but you also care for other sports disciplines,” Chelemu said.
The Brazzaville games will run from September 4 to 19.

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