According to sources, the athlete has finally secured a slot at the National Police Service (NPS) and his debut was officially confirmed by the Inspection General (IG) Hillary Mutyambai on Friday 3, December.
The sprinter will therefore represent NPS in any local sports and will have to undergo police training. He will however be excepted from the routine training program and have his own program which will not interfere with his (athletics) trainings.
Speaking with the Standard, Ferdinand disclosed that he is not yet aware of the rank he will be given by the service but that will be known as soon as paper work is completed.
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