In attendance at the occasion were the MP for Langata, Joash Olum and his counterpart for Kibra Constituency, Hon. Kenneth Okoth, who welcomed the partnership, and committed to supporting the project further. Joash Olum further used the opportunity to inform the press that Sadili Oval and Malezi School would soon launch the region's first sports school, that would embrace any sports, and every effort would be made to support this development to improve the livelihoods of the youth, many of whom could benefit financially for the sport.
The Chairman of the Kenya Rugby Football Union, Mr. Mwangi Muthee, reiterated the commitment of his Union to partnering with Sadili Oval, and, saying that he continues to be impressed with the effort that the organization has been making towards the development of rugby in the last 20 years, he said that the KRFU would support Sadili in every way possible to join Upperhill School in Nairobi, as part of their select centres of excellence. He also challenged the MP for Langata to help Sadili seek even more space to extend their pitches to accommodate international matches and training.