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Kelvin Kiptum: Government Builds Him a House

Record holder Kelvin Kiptum Burrial has made headlines as the government of Kenya built a 3-bedroom house in a record time of a week as they prepare for Kelvin Kiptum’s Burrial help on 23 February 2024.

The house was built with light steel gauge frames, a common USA technique in real estate and other developed countries.

The president of Kenya, H.E. William Ruto, attended the burial along with other delegates from the sports community.

Kelvin Kiptum's house
The house was built with light steel gauge frames, a common USA technique in real estate and other developed countries.

“He had more reasons not to succeed than he had to succeed. But he worked against the odds. He could have said I come from a village that is not well known, a family that cannot cater to him, or he does not have running shoes… you heard he ran barefoot in his earlier days. He didn’t see those as impediments to his ambition and his success,” H.E William Ruto. said

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On Friday, at Kiptum’s funeral service in Southen Keiyo, Elgeyo Marakwet County, President Ruto said the government will support Kiptum’s family in honor of the pride and glory Kelvin Kiptum brought the country.

He also promised the government would secure Kiptum’s widow, Asenath Rotich, a job in addition to the Ksh. 5 million cash support for the family.

Briefly About Kelvin Kiptum

According to Wikipedia, Kelvin Kiptum Cheruiyot (1999-2024) was a Kenyan long-distance runner. Kelvin Kiptum won almost all world marathon competitions he participated in and ranked among the fastest seven marathons ever recorded, and he left a lasting mark on the world of marathon running; Kiptum won the Chicago Marathon in 2:00:35 hours,

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