I am ready to break more records, says Omanyala

Ferdinand Omanyala. (Courtesy)

Ferdinand Omanyala was among 2,881 constables who graduated from the National Police College in Kiganjo on January 10 in an event presided over by President William Ruto.  

Omanyala, the Kenyan 60m Record Holder in 6.57 told Pulse that he will return to Miramas to break his record. Speaking exclusively to Pulse, he said: "This will be the first time I will be representing Kenya as an official Kenyan police graduate and I plan to give my best in my track action."

The fastest man in Africa joined the police service back in 2022 at the invite of former Inspector General, Hillary Mutyambai.

On the other hand, from the streets to Kiganjo, Constable Denis Karuri took the internet by the storm after sharing his street picture and thanked God for joining Omanyala and other others in the police pass out. 

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