Ezekiel-Kemboi

It seems that the rage of athlete Ezekiel Kemboi knows no boundaries. The 3000 steeplechase Olympics and World Champion was on Saturday involved in an altercation which led to the athlete brandishing a gun and his lady companion ouring some weird liquid on a lady motorist who was just asking that the athlete be patient as the lady motorist was parking.

It was at a night club called Platinum 7D Lounge next to the Tuskys Supermarket along Nakuru – Nairobi highway when the lady named Charity Wachira was looking for parking as she wanted to enter the club when she saw a car reversing and decided to wait as she knew she got parking. Behind her small feminine ride was a huge Range Rover Sports Reg. No KBV 555N which started hooting incessantly so that she could give way. Charity had her hazard lights on so she expected the owner of the big car to see the sense.

After several hoots from the owner of the big car, the lady driver rolled down her window and by the show of her hand indicated to the driver to relax because she was parking. The driver of the Range Rover was hooting but there was enough space on her right for him to overtake. The driver started moving and stopped right beside the lady’s car and asked her “ni nini mbaya na wewe?” to which she told him “si upite boss”.

There was a lady seated on the passenger side of the Range Rover. Within no time, the lady who was in the Range Rover poured a drink on the other lady driver through her open window. Kemboi exited and came to the lady’s window holding a gun. Charity had her sister on the passenger seat of her small car. Kemboi reached over to Charity’s sister and grabbed her phone as she was taking pictures. Kemboi also broke the wind breaker of Charity’s car in the alteration. Kemboi removed the keys to the car which he gave the security guys at the club before driving off. He might have thought that the lady would have followed him.

On Charity’s back left, she had a friend who rushed out to take photos of the car. Kemboi hurried into his car and drove off at high speed.

  • Wale Jama Tulishinda

    Money does not buy brains so this is no big deal.

  • JoMu

    What goes around comes a round….. Next time he will meet someone with the same thinking like his, also armed…. no need to guess what may happen.