New chapter: Kenyan sprint king Ferdinand Omanyala gets new sales director Kenya News
- Clark and Hampton Kenya named Star Omanyala track business manager
- The company has been a TV content aggregator, helping TV channels across Africa acquire ready TV content.
- Led by Tony Mwite, the media company has represented more than 30 television producers from Kenya and Africa
Famous African 100m record holder Ferdinand Omanyala has unveiled a new commercial director.
Clark and Hampton Kenya have been appointed business manager of the Star Omanyala track.
Help strengthen Omanyala’s sponsorship agreements
The new director will help strengthen Omanyala’s brands through sponsorship deals.
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Clark and Hampton have been TV content aggregators, helping TV stations across Africa acquire ready TV content.
They represented more than 30 television producers from Kenya and Africa.
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“From content management to current athlete management, we consult channels such as KTN, NTV, Showmax, Mnet and have networks with Hollywood studios such as Warner Brothers and Disney,” said Tony Mwite, director of Clark and Hamptons.
Mwite, a media official who was the creator of the Wash and Set and Beba Beba television programs, said he was ready for the task ahead.
“With Omanyala’s spectacular performance a few weeks ago, he captured the hearts of Kenyans, and endorsements are an inevitable part of his journey,” Mwite said in a statement sent to TUKO.co.ke.
Beat the world record in 2022
According to Mwite, Omanyala is currently training with the intention of breaking the world record in 2022.
Thursday, September 20, TUKO.co.ke reported that Omanyala received another blow after losing another partnership.
It was after the Snolegal law firm that handled his doping case announced that he had terminated his contract with the athlete.
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The company released a statement on Wednesday, September 29, explaining why it stopped representing Omanyala.
Made a unilateral decision
In the press release, the law firm said the engagements with the sprinter ended on September 7, 2021, after making a unilateral decision.
“Snolegal Sports & Entertainment Law provided him with legal, reputation management, intellectual property, public relations and communications services until September 7, 2021, when we made the unilateral decision to cease him. represent and we have not been involved in its decision-making since then, “the statement read.
In addition, the sports management company DBA Africa announced Monday, September 27 that it had terminated its contract with the fastest man in Africa, Omanyala.
The company released a statement confirming that it had parted ways with the Kenyan sprinter with immediate effect.
The reasons for the separation between the two companies remain speculative, although some reports have indicated a breakdown in communication in the preparation of the termination of the contract.
Source: Tuko Kenya