Kenyan sprinter Ferdinand Omurwa Omanyala has suffered another loss following the withdrawal of his cooperation partner.
In a press release on Wednesday September 29, Snolegal Sports & Entertainment Law announced that they had their withdrawn their legal and advisory services to Omanyala.
The law firm stated that it had ceased representing Omanyala on 7th September and commended it’s team for the role they had played in pushing the sprinter forward.
“We commend our team for the tireless work they have done for Ferdinand, which continues to bear fruit,” the press release read in part.
Among the services Omanyala received from Senolegal were legal services, reputation management, intellectual property management, public relations and communication services.
On Tuesday 28th, Omanyalo lost his partnership with DBA.
DBA Africa, a sports management company based in Wiltshire, England, cited a breach of “core values”, as the reason why they ended the engagement with Omanyala.