Africa's quickest man Ferdinand Omurwa Omanyala has been gifted a fresh out of the plastic new Toyota Harrier by his backers at a service held at a Nairobi inn Wednesday.The Kenyan turned into the quickest man in the mainland subsequent to timing a period of 9.77 seconds at Saturday's Kip Keino Classic gathering in Nairobi to break the characteristic of 9.85s set by South Africa's Akani Simbine in July.
While getting the gift from a wagering firm, Omanyala said the world should prepare for an incredible exhibition from him.
"I'm an individual who doesn't take a gander at my past I center around what's to come that is the reason my point is to work on in every single race that I ran. I need to show improvement and that will keep occurring," said Omanyala
Omanyala demands that he can go considerably quicker than his present record something just accomplished by the world record holder Usain Bolt of Jamaica, his comrade Yohan Blake and the USA's Tyson Gay.
"It's never simple confronting the monsters in light of the fact that a race you hear the host perusing their own best timings and in case you are not consistent you can lose concentrate but rather for me, I know my capacity and their records is something that rouses me to work considerably harder to beat them and set new standards," added the runner.
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