Kenyan marathon legend Eliud Kipchoge has been ones again slammed by a new lucrative job in the government.
The renowned Kenyan athlete will be representing the country in the upcoming high level United Nations Climate Change Conference (UNCCC),the event that is scheduled to take place on 31st October and 12th November,in Glasgow, Scotland.
Kipchoge has been at the pinnacle of advocating for environmental conservation over the decades,where he further encouraged citizens to be part of this journey and to play active role towards conserving our environment.
This appointment was done after his total adherence towards restoring and conserving environment, that made him acquire about fifty hectares of land in forested area of Kaptagat region formerly a training hemisphere of various athletes in Kenya.
Eliud is best known for his good performance in and outside Africa,he has managed to put a bar higher after winning many medals and breaking of unbelievable chains in the whole world with the slogan of 'no man is limited'.
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