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Kenyan sprinter Ferdinand Omurwa Omanyala has been making headlines in the country since making his debut in the Tokyo Olympic games. The 25year old Omanyala has been outstanding this season breaking national records five times as well as the African record once. Despite all the succeses he has earned himself so far. Omanyala has also faced the other side of life. He recently lost his partnership with his law enforcement agencies. The agency said that the Kenyan 100 metres record holder has not been involving them in his decisions.
The news broke up a day after receiving a brand new car from Odibets Kenya. Kenyans had mixed reactions. However, Omanyala has proved to be fine with the decisions made by his partners as he was seen in one of the beaches in Mombasa celebrating with his family. He is currently holidaying in Mombasa after finishing the season on a high. From defeating his idol Johan Blake to defeating United States of American sprinter Justin Gatlin. Indeed, it has been awesome for Ferdinand Omanyala. We wish him all the best ahead of the new season.
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