The Corporation continued to keep up the Niko Fiti momentum following the completion of Meru leg edition. Between 16th – 19th November 2021, Niko Fiti spread its wings of support to Nandi County – the source of Champions! 
The great County of Nandi was the spotlight of Niko Fiti activities for the Rift Valley region as the CSR initiative kicked off distributions at the Kapsabet County Referral Hospital. The successful distribution yielded in a successful reach of over 100 beneficiaries fitted with mobility and assistive devices. In a symbolic show of great support to the Niko Fiti cause, a batoon of the Nandi County leadership attended the distribution ceremony. Notably so, His Excellency, Hon. Governor Stephen Sang, Deputy Governor, Hon. Dr. Yulita M. Cheruiyot, C.E.C Health and Sanitation, Hon. Ruth Koech amongst many others including partners. 
The county leadership brass poured out immense appreciation to Kenya Re for the well-timed support and for maintenance of a consistent, profound and impact-filled CSR initiative whose benefits have been felt across the country. Kongoi Mising which means Thank you very much in native Kalenjin language hallmarked the distribution.
The Niko Fiti initiative also paid a visit to Kobujoi region in Nandi County. The beneficiaries for the day largely being St. Martin’s Special School; a school with very jovial, zealous and enthusiastic children with a lot of hope for a bright future. The faces of the children and their school administrators lit up when the Niko Fiti convoy came in roving. Their hope for a bright future was renewed, all thanks to the Corporation. 
Speaking at the distribution ceremony representing the Kenya Re Managing Director Mr. Jadiah Mwarania, Mrs. Sylvia Karimi, Ag, Corporate Affairs Manager, underscored the significance of the Niko Fiti CSR establishment noting its alignment to Kenya’s National Cultural values of kindness and always being our brothers’ keepers. She acknowledged the immense gratitude from beneficiaries who encouraged to keep up the Niko Fiti momentum for many years to come.