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Kenya’s Job Kinyor won silver in the men’s 800m race in 1:50.73 minutes behind favourite Botswana’s Amos Nijel who took the gold in 1:50.46.
Kenya’s Luka Kanda finished second in the men’s half marathon in 1:03.27 hours behind winner Tadese Zersenay from Eritrea who won gold in 1:03.11.
In another development, the wrangling in the Kenya Taekwondo Federation spilled over to the Games here in Brazzaville when the official Team Kenya squad was barred from taking part by the officials and another team from the country registered to participate.
The team allowed to participate was a rival group which had been left behind in Nairobi for failing to take part in the Team Kenya trials.
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The faction arrived in Brazzaville on Wednesday evening and sneaked into the Games village only to be discovered by security and thrown out on the same night for lack of accreditation.
The five, Gladys Mwaniki (73kg), Milka Akinyi (62kg), Dora James (46kg), Martin Oduol (62kg) and Vincent Ochieng (68kg), who are in the rival group led by Suleiman Sumba and George Wasonga, had already been secretly licensed to take part in the Games at the expense of the official Kenya team whose chairman is Bobby Musungu. Taekwondo competition started on Thursday.
Immediately the rival faction arrived in town, Team Kenya Chief de Mission Gordon Oluoch, and three Members of Parliament headed by Dan Wanyama convened an emergency meeting at the team’s Kintele Village where they accused Sumba and Wasonga of using their positions at the continental body to blackmail Kenyans.
Source: Daily Nation