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Football Kenya Federation (FKF) has urged fans to load their KCB Pepea cards at the collection point to allow for easy and quick access to the stadium during the upcoming friendly matches.

The federation recently introduced the cashless ticketing system in an effort aimed at curbing ticket counterfeiting and improving accountability.

“Fans can minimize the time they will spend trying to gain access into the stadium by more than half if they load their Pepea cards in advance,” said Muthomi.

“For this reason, I urge all fans to collect their cards for free and load them at any KCB branch, KCB Mtaani agents and at the Kencom Bus Stop to avoid last minute rush,” added the FKF Boss.

The Pepea card, a first in Kenyan football is set to revolutionize football ticketing for the better and comes with simple guidelines on activation and loading.

All a user needs to do is to bend and peel the black area on the starter pack to reveal his/her pin number, then present the card to a KCB Mtaani agent with the amount of money he/she wishes to load and the card is ready for use.

Alternatively, a user can load the card via Mpesa and upon activating the same, go to the Mpesa pay bill option and enter 522522 and the 16 digits indicated on the card, on the business and account number sections respectively and tap the card at the stadium entrance for access.

Earlier, the CEO had appealed to fans to arrive early at the stadium so as to avoid being kept at the gate due to logistical and security procedures.

Harambee Stars is set to play Sudan at 5pm, this coming Friday, at Nyayo National Stadium before taking on Tanzania at Kasarani on Sunday, May 29, 2016, at 4pm.

Fans who will attend the May 29, match will be treated to a double header with Kenya’s U20 also taking on Sudan U20 in a curtain raiser at the same venue.

Tickets for the upcoming matches against Sudan and Tanzania will retail at Kshs 200 for terraces and Kshs 500 for VIP, while the Afcon qualifier against Congo will cost Kshs 200 for the terrace and Ksh 1000 for the VIP.

Robert Muthomi


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