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Limo demands apology from AK

By Dennis Okeyo | December 23rd 2014

Nairobi, Kenya: Former world 800m champion Billy Konchella, IAAF Athletes Representative Benjamin Limo and Ndegwa demanded that AK issue an apology to former marathon record holder Wilson Kipsang for releasing his confidential information after he missed an out-of-competition dope test in November.

“It’s a scheme to silence him for his role as our President in PAAK. They want to intimidate him and assassinate his character. He has built a name over the years. We demand that AK apologise to Kipsang,” said Ndegwa. PAAK has more than 15,000 registered members.

Okeyo claims the money deducted from the Bahamas team was given to the supporting staff.

“It’s a norm that we deduct money and bonuses earned by athletes, which we distribute to coaches, team doctor and physiotherapists accompanying the teams,” said Okeyo.

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