Ferdinand Omanyala is a Kenyan Sprinter who melted the hearts of Kenyans after last year's Olympics. He broke record as the first Kenyan to go for 100m Olympics and till now he is ranked the fastest in Kenya. Despite not qualifying for the finals last year, Omanyala said that next year was determined to beat his competitors.
After a long time silence, Omanyala has finally spoken as affirmatively as reported on Kenyans.co.ke news as per the link below. Omanyala Ferdinand speaks of signing a multi-million deal with Adidas. Claims that Adidas will sponsor him travelling, knitting and bonuses for every win he gets. Omanyala also claimed that the amount of money was alot that surpassed millions of people.
The sprinter also added that this year will break more record as opposed to last year. Confidently claims to participate in both 100m and 200m races of he terms them to be mega.
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