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It's about self defense and self discipline but it's also an alternative to the crime and gang violence that ravage the community outside.>>
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He started the martial arts gym in 2012.>> I see there's a lot of soccer and cricket and all that stuff. But I choose to take karate because I started karate in early age. Yeah, and then I see to me karate is the best sport in discipline. So to influence them it's easy because I know karate is the sport of discipline.
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>> And he says discipline is what's needed in a township, a place with a notorious reputation for rampant crime.>>
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And it keeps me busy most of the time.>> It have taught me how to do things the right way. And I often think of when maybe you get into a fight, you think twice before doing something.>> Njomba's client base has grown to include adults too, who frequent the gym for morning karate lessons and aerobics.
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And now, he's looking for sponsors, so he can afford equipment for his students, some of whom have qualified for an international karate competition in Canada, in September.>> Ready, go.>> In the mean time, Njomba says if his classes can at least keep a few kids focused on karate rather than other, more dangerous activities, he'll have done his job.
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