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“She took care of the bills when things went astray on my side”

Kenyan sprinter Ferdinand Omanyala has opened up that his girlfriend Lavesh was paying her rent and paying all the bills when he went bankrupt. According to Omanyala, Lavesh was very supportive of him.

“I trained for six months without competing, we had no money, my girlfriend paid the rent and bills when I was broke. She has been part of this journey, now I want to take care of her. She’ll get what she wants, ” He said.

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The 100 meters record holder in Africa Ferdinand Omanyala and his girlfriend Lavesh are so much in love and they are blessed with a boy by the name Finn. Lavesh is a sprinter and an upcoming long jumper. Omanyala didn’t forget to be grateful to his supporting Dad who he says played a very important role in his journey to fame. He said, “I want to thank my father for buying me my first set.”

While receiving a new Toyota Harrier at the Kip Keino Classic tour, Omanyala thanked God and all of those who participated in his journey and contributed to his growth since the beginning of the season. He said, “2022 I am coming, bigger, stronger and better! I have conquered Africa, now I’m going to break the world record.”

President Uhuru Kenyatta, former Prime Minister Raila Odinga and sports cabinet secretary Amina Mohamed were among the dignitaries along with other Kenyans who did congratulate Omanyala.

The Toyota Harrier was donated by local bookmaker Odibets, who has been supporting his dream since the beginning of this season. Omanyala said he always knew he was destined to be great and was very grateful to Odibets for supporting him in everything he did. The African 100m record holder also advised his colleagues to work hard and never give up on their dreams.

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“Hard work, discipline and persistence are the three main ingredients of success, since I raced at the Kasarani Sports Stadium on Saturday, I didn’t know at the moment that I would be the proud owner of the car,” said Omanyala. The car’s license plate is to be numbered 977 to honor his record-breaking achievement.

Last weekend was the culmination of Omanyala’s sports career, breaking the African record by beating Justin Gatlin, finishing second behind Trayvon Bromell. “9.77, new African record holder, 2nd place this year and 8th ever!  He concluded by saying, “I’m so glad to have ended the season with such epic milestones. This season has been great, every time I step onto the track I have witnessed the strength of my hard work, determination, perseverance, prayer and your support. I’m happy! I am grateful to God and to all of you who have participated”

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