Kenyans have been thrown into deep morning after latest report of the demise of powerful decorated athlete. According to the reports online, celebrated Kenyan athlete Hosea Mwok Macharinyang was found dead at his home in Murkwijit, West Pokot County on Saturday, October 9. It is reported that Hosea has just resumed training after taking a long break out of the filed. In 2012, he took his time off after winning three consecutive titles from 2006-2008.
His former Coach Mr. Tiren she claimed that Hosea was well and he had accepted to be interviewed by him on what made him to take a break. Unfortunately, he didn't get time to explain his absence from the sport. May his soul rest in eternal peace. Many Kenyans have sent their condolences praying for he family.
Here are some reactions.
"May his soul rest in peace. We loved him but now he is with the Lord. Go well our Champion" posted Debra.
"You have served your time well sir, go well and have some peace. You fought well, now it's time to rest." Posted David.
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