The long-distance runner Eliud Kipchoge sets his targets for this new year. He promises to win his next big event which is beckoning. E affirmed that the Boston marathon will be his best event and none will defeat him.
In his sentiments, Kipchoge vowed to set a new record from the event that will be his greatest resolution for the year.
He also said that after winning this competition, he will start a project that cut across all forty-seven counties in Kenya.
According to him, all forty-seven counties will get a library built. This will help to boost the level of literacy within the boundaries of the country.
This will be the milestone monumental task that none has ever tried to fulfill. Kipchoge will be the first Kenyan to build a charitable project in the whole country.
He pointed out going generation as the main beneficiaries of his project though it is not limited to older people. He also pointed out that everyone has a responsibility to make our country a better place to live in.
Let us wish kipchoge well as he runs his biggest race and as he initiates his new project that will help to boost the education sector in the Country.
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