Kenyan sportsmen show off their beautiful families away from the field

Sportsmen and women are celebrated for always representing the Country, but their efforts as parents always go unnoticed despite the hard work they put in.

It is hard training and being a parent at the same time but these sportsmen and women have proven that nothing is impossible.

1. Collins Injera

He is arguably one of the best rugby players Kenya has ever produced but besides that he is a doting dad to a daughter who is 7 and a son who is 3.

From his social media posts, his daughter loves cooking and dreams of being a chef.


2. Mercy Cherono

The damsel, who is loved for her energy on the track, is a first time mum. Her daughter Princess Kimberley Cherop was born during Easter.

Announcing the news, Mercy’s husband Edmond Ngetich wrote

 “The best gift from God this Easter. Welcome to the world Princess Kimberly Cherop. To my lovely wife Cherono Ngetich Mercy, congratulations.”

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3. David Rudisha

Many know him for his long strides and exemplary performance on the track but behind the scenes he is a doting father of two. His daughter has taken up after him and joins him while he is training. She just might be the next big thing in the sports world.


4. Asbel Kiprop

Despite being caught up in a love triangle, Kiprop still remains a doting father to his two kids.

He is father two a son and a daughter and they are as beautiful as their mother.

Asbel Kiprop with his wife and kids

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5. Julius Yego

Known to many as the ‘You Tube man’, Yego is a doting father of two with his youngest being a few months old.

Hopefully his son will pick up after him and join sports, we would love to see him do that.


6. Allan Wanga

He is among the best celebrated footballers  in Kenya, who is married to media personality Brenda Wanga. They have two children.

Well, his daughter has shown interest in playing football and when she does play, her age mates see dust literally.

His son is also at an age where he can play and we can only wait and see how he turns out.


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‘I want to bring back my wife but she is so mad’ Athlete Asbel Kiprop speaks up after raunchy viral video with lover

Weeks ago Kenyan athlete Asbel Kiprop went viral after a video of him cuddling another woman emerged online, leaving many in shock.

The woman, who was later identified as Nancy Rotich Chepsya, was alleged to be the wife of Kiprops pace maker Andrew Rotich.

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Weeks later Kiprop has come out to clear the air on what really transpired in an interview with  Nick Mudimba.

He says that he broke up with Nancy after he found out she was cheating on him despite being married

“Imagine developing a relationship for three years and the you find the other person is communicating with other guys ? had to confess to my family and the society also so that I will leave without any iniquity(sin)”


On being asked whether he is in good terms with Nancy and her husband, Kiprop says

“We are in good terms with the hubby but my biggest problem right now is that my wife went away.

I want to bring her back but she is so mad about the issue. I told her I was confessing about the affair which lasted 2 years 3 months, so she shouldn’t charge me for it after all she never found out about it ”

‘I would never sleep with Mwalimu King’angi’s wife even if she seduced me ‘ – Maina Kageni reacts to Asbel Kiprop’s viral video

Asbel Kiprop with his wife and kids

On being asked why he never confessed about the affair before the video went viral, Kiprop defends himself by stating that he never got the right moment.

“I wanted to tell her, that the affair was one of the reasons that my performance was going down was the affair but I never really got to it.

I just want to tell her that I have changed and if I ever win this case (against doping charges ) I will come back and run as the star you saw in 2015.

But for now I believe I have nothing more to hide that was my iniquity.”

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Meet Asbel Kiprop’s pace maker, the man whose wife was caught making out with

Kenyan athlete Asbel Kiprop is trending for all the wrong reasons after a video of him making out with his pace maker’s wife went viral.

Kiprop is an elite athlete who majors in the 1500 meter run. The athlete who is married and a father of two,  has left many in shock after photos of him and Nancy Rotich Chepsya went viral.

Nancy who at one time had contested for an MCA seat in Sergoit ward during the 2017 election, is married to Andrew Rotich .

Here are photos of the man who was betrayed by a man he had considered a friend and whom no one is sympathetic with.

Andrew Rotich (in white) he is Abel Kiprop’s pace setter.
Andrew Rotich

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‘I would never sleep with Mwalimu King’angi’s wife even if she seduced me ‘ – Maina Kageni reacts to Asbel Kiprop’s viral video

The brotherhood code has been in existence since time in memorial but Kenyan athlete Asbel Kiprop has broken it and Maina Kageni is not amused.

Asbel was caught in a fix after a video of him groping a friends wife, who was  identified as Nancy Rotich. She is Asbel Kiprop’s pace setter’s wife.


Maina Kageni has pledged his loyalty to his co-host Mwalimu Kingangi, strongly stating that even if they stopped being friends, Maina would never sleep with Mwalimu’s wife Mwongeli.

“Are you telling me that if Kingangi’s wife came and seduced me I’d go there?That’s impossible even if we kosanad today I wouldn’t touch her because  I respect the relationship Mwalimu and I have had over the years.”

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Maina Kageni. photo credit:courtesy

Incase the worst happens and Mwalimu Kingangi’s wife decides to seduce Maina Kageni, here is what Kingangi would do, after all hakuna haja ya kuua mtu ulale jela.

“I will hand her to you together with the kids and everything else and go for a vacation to Madagascar.”

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Maina is a rare man given the fact that most men would easily jump at the idea of sleeping with their friends wives.

Hard as it may be to believe most men and women have at some point flirted with their friends partners or even went ahead and had intercourse with them.

So the next time be careful as to who you leave your wife or husband with after all sio kila mtu wa kuaminika.

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‘I used to think I am strong until I was seduced by my sister-in -law, I felt so bad after falling for her trap’ City man confesses (Audio)

Days ago a video showing Kenyan athlete Asbel Kiprop getting intimate with a friends wife went viral.

The leaked video shows the athlete groping and kissing Nancy Rotich Chepsiya in his car. She is also seen dancing and gyrating on the passenger’s seat to a vernacular song in a very s3xual manner.

The incident elicited debate with Classic 105’s Maina Kageni asking men why they would sleep with their buddies wife or girlfriends.

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Here is what the listeners had to say

“Hao watu ni mafisi kila kona wanatukulia mpaka mabibi, brotherhood ilikufa kitambo.”

Another says

“These men keep talking about their wives and how good they are so sometimes we decide to test the water and see where all this goodness comes from.

On the other hand the women also open up to us on how their men are not satisfying them between the sheets.They will say ‘ooh mume wangu hawezi ,hua haniridhishi.

Every time the husband is away on work related duties is when you pass by and that’s when you create a rapport with her and after that she will open up on all the dirty secrets.”


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On being asked why he would entertain his friends wife and break the brotherhood code, he says

“Pale hakuna ukaka,ukaka ni sa zile tuko mi na yeye ,nkiwa na mke wake hata akinipigia simu ntainagalia tu na kujifanya siioni.”

An agitated male caller narrates how his best friend tried hitting on his woman, and as way of revengingf the caller went ahead to sleep with two of the suspects women.

Another listener let people shocked after admitting that he slept with his sister in law

“Men are weak when it comes to s#x, I used to think I am strong until I  was seduced by my sister in law,mind you she was 90kgs but I cannot even fathom how quickly I  carried her up and carried her to the bedroom.She was hot but I felt stupid after that.”


The woman who was later identified as Nancy Rotich was rushed to Eldoret Referral Hospital after she tried to commit suicide after the video went viral

Alleged posts by Asbel concerning the lady


Listen to more of the discussion in the audio below

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Former Olympic and world 1500m champion Asbel Kiprop tests positive for banned substance

Asbel Kiprop, the Olympic and three times world champion over 1500m, has tested positive for a banned substance.

His agent, Federico Rosa, would confirm only that he had ‘heard the same rumour’ and was ‘still trying to get confirmation’.

But senior athletics sources have confirmed to Sportsmail that the man widely regarded as the finest 1500m runner of the last decade has failed an out of competition test.


The Kenyan middle-distance runner specialises in the 1500m, winning Olympic gold in 2008 after Bahrain’s Rashid Ramzi failed a drugs test. Aged just 19, Kiprop was the youngest Olympic 1500m champion since 1912.

The 28-year-old is also a three-time world champion in the event — winning in 2011, 2013 and 2015 — but finished last in the 1500m final at London 2012.

He came sixth at the 2016 Olympics and ninth at the World Championships in London.

It is understood Kiprop is arguing there has been an error with a sample taken in late 2017.

On Wednesday night he said: ‘I have read the reports linking me to doping. As an athlete, I have been at the forefront of the fight against doping in Kenya, a fight I strongly believe in and support.

‘I would not want to ruin all what I have worked for since my first international race in 2007. I hope I can prove that I am a clean athlete in every way possible.’

It would represent a massive blow to athletics as well as Kenyan distance running when it was only last year that Jemima Sumgong, the Olympic women’s marathon champion in Rio in 2016, tested positive for EPO and was banned for four years.

But it is a measure of the IAAF’s willingness to catch even the biggest names since the formation of the Athletics Integrity Unit under the presidency of Lord Coe.

Kiprop has been on the start list of the opening Diamond League of the season in Doha since the event began in 2010 but he is not listed among the athletes to compete there this coming Friday.

The 28-year-old shot to prominence in 2008 when, aged just 19, he finished second in the Olympic 1500m final in Beijing. He was only narrowly beaten by Rashid Ramzi but his silver medal was upgraded to gold when the Bahraini runner tested positive for CERA, which is a modern form of EPO.

At the world championships Kiprop dominated his event, winning in 2011, 2013 and 2015, running the third fastest 1500m in history in 2015 too.

A report in Kenya on Tuesday said a ‘high profile runner’ who has ‘dominated world championships over the years’ was embroiled in a doping scandal.

And they claimed that, while there was no confirmation from the Anti-Doping Agency of Kenya (Adak) or Athletics Kenya (AK), their sources has said the substance was the same blood-boosting drug used by Sumgong.

Once considered the home of distance running, Kenya have had a rash of positive tests – in 2016 they reported 40 cases over the previous four years – with marathon star Rita Jeptoo also being caught using EPO. Like Kiprop she too was managed by Rosa, who was the subject of a doping investigation by the Kenyan authorities in 2016.

The case was, however, dropped before it went to court and Rosa said he was fearful that Kiprop had indeed tested positive. ‘I recognise it’s a big story but if it’s true it will be very sad,’ he said.

A spokesperson for the AIU said: ‘For confidentiality reasons, the AIU cannot confirm or deny a query of this kind.’

In a tweet on April 29, Kiprop said: ‘Jesus had to died for your conveniency. But rose for your dreams. He died for us. He is alive & so we shall.’

Read more: dailymail.