Lavender Omanyala, wife to Ferdinand Omanyala who was recently ranked as the fastest man in Africa after winning 100m sprint has broken silence on why she found it easy to pay rent and other bills while he was training.
In a candid conversation with former Tuko talks show host Lynn Ngugi, Lavender stated that she found it easy to support Omanyala since he also supported her so much by baby sitting their baby as she went to work at a hospital at night.
She said that she'd gotten the job immediately after campus with the help of coallegues she met while on attachment. After delivering, she requested the management to allow her go for night shifts only since she didn't have a househelp.
Ferdinard would go to school and training then come and baby sit at night.
Lavender also narrated their beautiful love story. They met way back in 2016 when she was an athlete for Kenya Maritime Authority. Ferdinard was also running for another company. Surprisingly, when Ferdinard asked for her number, she declined and save his instead. They started talking after 4 months.
Watch the interview here; https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=fU58Sf9vO9Y
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