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Photos And Names Of Successfully Kenyan Athelete Who Joined National Police Service

(Photo| Asbel Kiprop, Ezekiel Kemboi And David Rudisha)

Here are the names and photos of popular Kenyan Atheletes who joined National Police Service after their heroic perforrmance on the field, this amazing perforrmance earned them promotion and recruitment in the service. The latest athelete to join the service is 100 Meters Sprinter Ferdinand Omanyala.

(Photo| Omanyala)

David Rudisha who is the two times gold champion in the 2012 and 2016 Olympics and currently holding the record in 800 Metres, is the Chief Inspector in police.

(Photo| David Rudisha)

Julius Yego, famously known in throwing Javelin, works at DCI Headquarters. Vivian Cheruiyot, who won 2018 London marathon, also works at DCI Headquarters. Ezekiel Kemboi, won gold in 3000 meters steeplechase at 2004 Olympics, he's attached to Presidential Escort Unit.

(Photo| Julius Yego)

(Photo| Vivian Cheruiyot)

(Photo| Ezekiel Kemboi)

Asbel Kiprop, specialist in 1500 Metres races, he's attached to the Industrial Area Police Division in charge of quota masters. Hyvin Kiyeng who won bronze in 3000 meters steeplechase, is a sergeant in Kiganjo.

(Photo| Asbel Kiprop)

(Photo| Hyvin Kiyeng)

Some of these atheletes were promoted to higher ranks after heroic perforrmance. Timothy Cheruiyot and Hellen Obiri were promoted following their heroic perforrmance in summer games. Cheruiyot was promoted to senior superintendent from Chief Inspector. Obiri was promoted to senior sergeant after heroic perforrmance at Tokyo 2020 Olympics games.

(Photo| Timothy Cheruiyot)

(Photo| Hellen Obiri)

(Photo| Hellen Obiri In KDF Uniform)

Advantage of athelete joining the service, is that they will be able to access resources that will enable them to maximize their potential.

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Asbel Kiprop David Rudisha Ezekiel Kemboi Julius Yego Kenyan Atheletes


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