Kenya Cup side Stanbic Mwamba RFC have no option but to look for a new home after Railways has been earmarked for excision for the development of the Nairobi Expressway, according to Daily Nation.
Mwamba on Wednesday addressed the "ongoing activities around Nairobi Railway Club, our home for the last 43 years" saying they are "aware that sections of the grounds have been earmarked".
Mwamba say the targeted areas will "definitely have an impact on our activities as a club. We're therefore consulting the NRC to assess the extent of the impact and weighing our options. We urge our players, staff, members and fans to remain calm as we address these unforeseen events."
Daily Nation report that the one-time Kenya Cup winners will be vacating the venue to create room for a bus terminus and the intended Expressway from JKIA to Westlands.
Mwamba president Alvas Onguru told Nation: “We are lucky that no rugby is being played now. We have no option but to search for a new home. This is the first community rugby club where young boys and girls rose to fame not only in the game but in different professions.”