Source link:https://twitter.com/WilliamsRuto/status/1555675152087662593?t=HAoVENFsSkq6Ikhlk0gh2g&s=19 Kenyans have today woken up to late night tweet from the current deputy president William Ruto ahead of the August 9th general elections. According to the emerging reports, the deputy president left a congratulation message at night after Kenyan athlete Jackline Chepkoech won the second gold medal for Kenya in the steeplechase competition.
For a long period, Kenya has conquered the athletics games. The history of Kenya's track and field dates back to 1951 when the Kenya Amateur Athletics Association was formed, and since then dominated the mid-to-long distance races across the world. In the recent Commonwealth games which have been taking place in Birmingham, England, Kenyans have once again proven their magnificent power.
Source link:https://twitter.com/WilliamsRuto/status/1555675152087662593?t=HAoVENFsSkq6Ikhlk0gh2g&s=19 The current deputy president William Ruto has gone ahead and disclosed a late-night mess which has clearly shown his immense jubilation. William Ruto was congratulating Jackline Chepkoech who managed to clinch the second gold for the country in the women's steeplechase competition which was taking place at the commonwealth games. On his Twitter account, the deputy president William Ruto went on and revealed,
It is a great moment to Kenyans again as the country registered her 4th gold medalist at Commonwealth games in Birmingham. This is after a minor Kenyan young star registered a winning in 3000 meters race with a big margin. Barely a day after Faith Cherotich took her world junior title, Jackline Chepkoech bagged her first major title at the senior ranks with a gold medal in the women's 3000m.Jackline Chepkoech definitely holds the future to Kenya's steeplechase dominance.
The Kenya Kwanza presidential candidate Dp William Ruto has thrived Kenyans on social media after his midnight post, a post where he set time to congratulate our very own Jackline Chepkoech, this is after the champion clinched Kenya's second gold in the women's steeplechase at the Commonwealth games, this is a big win to Kenya.Revealing this news on his official tweeter handle, Dp Ruto tweeted, ''Congratulations Jackline Chepkoech for clinching Kenya's second gold in the Women's Steeplechase at the Commonwealth games.
Raila Odinga, the Azimio la Umoja presidential candidate has come out to praise Jackline Chepkoech after she won a medal in the Commonwealth Games in the UK. Chepkoech clocked 9:15:68 in the women steeplechase 3000m race and was followed by Elizabeth Bird of Great Britain. Chepkoech received a gold medal while Elizabeth walked home with a silver medal. Taking to his Twitter page on Saturday, Raila congratulated her for the victory and said he was proud of her. Raila asked her to keep running as she is a great
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So my country people let me remind you that we're sailing in the same boat and every now and then we're electing some guys to steer it as captains for a period of time. The most reasonable thing we can do, therefore, is to peacefully conduct such elections and avoid rocking the boat or boring holes in it just because your favorite person has not won.
Kenya are already in England for the upcoming commonwealth championship games. These games will start on Thursday July 28th and will end on August 8th. The venue is Alexander Stadium in Birmingham. Kenya will be represented by a total 53 athletes, 32 men and 20 women but in total will have 127 sports men and women in different fields.
After a successful day 8 for Team Kenya in the ongoing Commonwealth Games in Birmingham England which saw them win the women's 3000m steeplechase gold medal through Chepkoech, more finals are scheduled for day 9 which is on Saturday August 6.The days schedule is already out and it is as follows:According to the schedule, a total of five finals are scheduled for the day in athletics.The first Kenyan on the track will be Emily Ngii in the women's 10,000m race walk final followed by the men's 3000m steeplechase trio of Conseslus Kipruto, Abraham Kibiwott and Amos Serem in the race's final at 1.50pm.
Congratulations to our young star Jackline chepkoech for Bringing home with her a Gold Medal all the way from Birmingham,England. We are honoured to have such a young star win 3000 meter race. She managed to bring How did she even do all that? The young star is only 18 years of age, but has clearly shown out her ability to the whole World.
The next Commonwealth Games 3,000m steeplechase champion is 2021 World Under-20 3,000m steeplechase gold medalist Jackline Chepkoech. When Kenya won on Friday at the Alexander Stadium in a pace that set a Championship Record of nine minutes and 15.68 seconds, the young athlete contributed to Kenya's success.
Congratulations to our young star, Jackline Chepkoech for bringing with her a Gold Medal all the way from Birmingham, England. How did the young star manage to make such a huge impression on Athletics At such a young age?. Chepkoech is 18 years of age as of now,but she managed to bring home a Gold Medal from England,indeed her effort is worth it.
Award winning Radio Jangwani presenter GG Guyo Godana has passed on. His death was announced through their official Radio Jangwani Facebook page. “As Radio Jangwani fraternity we are still in shock and still not believing that our very own mheshimiwa GG Guyo Godana has rested. It's premature but who are we to judge!
After bagging bronze in the last edition of the games on her home turf, Faith Cherotich claimed gold in the World Under 20 3000m Steeplechase as he cruised to victory from gun to finish to cut the tape in 9:16:14. With Jackline Chepkoech missing from the Championships after mining gold for Kenya in Nairobi back in 2021, compatriots Faith Cherotich and Pamela Kosgei flew the Kenya's flag.
Why don't women vote in significant numbers? was the topic of a debate on August 4 on NTV. Houghton, Naitore, and Daisy participated in the discussion. Some women, in Daisy's view, are not aware of the importance of their vote. Voter education may occasionally miss them. Whether women actually have a majority vote in Kenya was another matter of debate. According to Naitore, just because women make up the majority in Kenya does not mean that there would be a proportionate increase in their participation. Houghton
After Jackline Chepkoech grabbed gold for Kenya last night in the 3000 metres steeplechase race,Abraham Kibiwot has done the same today.There were three Kenyans at the start of the race.The three led for close to five races but Conseslus Kipruto faded away at the end of the race.Kibiwot had to work really hard for that gold medal.
After a year since it's last edition which was hosted by Kenya at the Moi International Sports Centre Kasarani, the 2022 edition of the World U20 Championships which are also known as World Junior Athletics Championships are set to start on Monday August 1 in Estadio Olimpico Pascual Guerrers in Cali, Colombia.With Y254 TV expected to air the championships live, they have released the first day schedule which is as follows:According to the schedule, a total of 14 Kenyans will be in action in the first day of the championships across 6 different races.Some of this athletes include Daniel Kimaiyo, Reynold Kipkorir Cheruiyot, Pamela Kosgei, Faith Cherotich, Nelly Chepchirchir and Evalyne Chepkoech among others.
Congratulations to Jackline Chepkoech and to Kenya.5 August will forever go down into the history books of Commonwealth games in the 3000 metres steeplechase race.18 year old Jackline Chepkoech won gold at the 3000 metres steeplechase race setting a new games record.She is the reigning world under-twenty champion after she won the gold last year in world under-20 championships held in Nairobi.
Bomet first governor and Chama Cha Mashinani party leader Isaac Ruto yesterday unveiled a 29-year old girl Doris Chepkoech Cheborge to be his running mate in the coming general election set for August 9 this year. Ms Doris Chepkoech Cheborge is coming from Cheptembe village of Kapletundo ward in Sotik Sub county.She holds a Barchelors of Arts in Economics and Sociology (second class honours) from Egerton University.