The Kenya Rugby Community will on Sunday 12 2017 hold special prayers at the Nairobi Chapel, Ngong Road.
This will be held in the wake of numerous deaths in the Kenya Rugby fraternity in 2016 and 2017.
A statement from The Kenya Rugby Union said that the Ngong road based Church will hold the prayers from 10; 30 am.
Top fry Nakuru star Mike Okombe recently lost his life after being brutally murdered in Nakuru County.
In 2017 Kenya Rugby has lost brothers Andrew and Peter Wekesa of Homeboyz Rugby, James Kilonzo of KCB, and Mike Ouma of USIU.
Former Top fry Head Coach Eric Situma, Nondies Gesheo Ogeto and Mwambas Victor Wayodi are some of the notable faces that lost their lives in 2016.
The Kenya Rugby has gone to invite all officials, players and supporters of the game to be part of Sunday Congregation.
They also urged their strong and loyal fans to come out in large numbers dressed in their Kenyan Rugby jerseys in show of solidarity.
Kenya Rugby also took the opportunity to announce the new dates for the fallen hero Okombe
The late Mike Okombe burial was changed from Saturday to Thursday, November 16 in Kakamega.
This decision was meant to accommodate players and friends who are engaged over the weekend in different occasions [floodlit] to get the opportunity to take part in Mikes send off.
However, Nakuru Rugby reiterated that the main Fundraising scheduled for Sunday, November 12 will go on as planned.