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Former world 400m hurdles champion Bett to be buried tomorrow

Kenyan Athlete Nicholas Bett was Killed In Car Crash

Former world 400m hurdles champion Nicholas Bett, who died in a road accident last week, will be laid to rest tomorrow at his home in Lemook village in Uasin Gishu County.

 The burial ceremony, which was earlier set for Friday, was pushed back after Government officials including National Police Service made a request.

Deputy President William Ruto and a host of leaders across the country are expected.

 Bett, the 2015 world 40m hurdles champion died in a grisly road accident along Sochoi-Lessos Road last week.

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