Ferdinand Omanyala the fastest man in Africa and 8th in the world, today was a great day to him. Today kenyan betting site Odi Bet surprised the a hundred meters sprinter Omanyala with a brand new harrier worthy four million. The sprinter set a record during kipchoge keino continental tour in Kasarani where he finished the second place thus writing a history to be the fastest man in Africa.
Furthermore Odi bet decide to surprise omanyala father with a cheque but due to unavailable circumstances they did not reveal how much money they gave omanyala father. It was a great day to both Omanyala and his family. During the press conference Omanyala said that he is very determined and he will work hard to break the world one hundred meters target set by former Jamaica sprinter Usian Bolt. Indeed hard work pays and if you believe in God one day your dreams will come true. Congratulations to Omanyala for representing our country Kenya very well and being the fastest man in Africa.
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