Former gang member Bobby Kasanga talks giving back to Hackney community

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Former gang member Bobby Kasanga talks giving back to Hackney community

In a bid to celebrate those who support their community - Mobile network, giffgaff has launched a competition to find 4 people or groups who are doing their bit for the people in their local area. One of the judges is the Founder of Hackney Wick FC, Bobby Kasanga. A former gang member he spent nearly eight years in prison before turning his life around. On his release he decided to give back by establishing the borough's first ever semi-professional football team.

The panel will be selecting the winners of that competition on August 22 and the winners will be announced in early September. 

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