Famous politician alinur mohammed has today congratulated ferdinand omanyala for joining the national police service. posting on his facebook page, the father of one jokingly warned thieves to quit stealing if they don't know how to run because omanyala was going to catch up with them.social media users found the post interesting and they rushed to the comment section to express their views.below is a few of their comments;
Many users expressed laughter with emojis as they agreed with the politician thoughts. others however, wondered when the athlete joined the police trainings because he never gave any information concerning the department.
Omanyala is ranked as africa's fastest man in 100 metres race. he gained fame after his good performance and many now follow him on social media. he has now joined the police race and will represent the police in future track events.his employment by the service was confirmed today by the inspector general police hillary mutyambai and kenyans have praised the move.we wish him all the best.
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