According to a press release dated Monday, September 27, DBA Africa, said that it was dissociating with the sprinter who has attracted global attention.
The company, in its statement, highlighted its pivotal role in enabling the athlete compete in local, continental and international championships including the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games that propelled him to fame.
“We are proud to have played a huge role in enabling him to compete around the continent resulting in attaining four qualifying times for the Tokyo Olympic Games and achieving many national records and personal best,” read part of the statement.
Speaking to kenyagist.com on phone, DBA Africa said it terminated its engagement with the athlete owing to different value sets represented by each faction.
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