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Another Firm Cuts Partnership With Ferdinand Omanyala


In a press release on Wednesday, September 29, Snolegal Sports & Entertainment Law announced that they had withdrawn legal and advisory services that were offered to Omanyala. 

Kenyan sprinter Ferdinand Omanyala Omurwa has lost another partnership.

In a press release on Wednesday, September 29, Snolegal Sports & Entertainment Law announced that they had withdrawn legal and advisory services that were offered to Omanyala. 

The law firm disclosed that the had given the sprinter legal services, reputation management, intellectual property management, public relations and communication services. 

Kenyan sprinter Ferdinand Omanyala during a past athletics event. /FILE

However, they indicated that they had halted providing him with their services on September 7, 2021, upon reaching a unilateral decision. 

Snolegal added that they have not been actively participating in Omanyala’s decision making since that day.

“We commend our team for the tireless work they have done for Ferdinand, which continues to bear fruit,” the press release read in part. 

Particularly, the legal company had recounted how they helped their client correct false or defamatory narratives in the media about Ferdinand’s run with the anti-doping violation. 

The firm added that they conducted high-level lobbying, which led to Omanyala’s admission into the Olympics team and played a role in setting up his initial communications and PR channels. 

In addition, they also took part in the moderation and negotiation of fair and meaningful sponsorship opportunities for the sprinter. 

Snolegal also carried out brainstorming as well as the creation and setting up of Omanyala’s corporate entity as well as the structuring of his intellectual property in his new brand. 

They, however, wished the athlete the very best in his career, hoping that his brand would provide him and his family with consistent and sustainable income beyond his newfound recognition in the world of athletics. 

Snolegal explained their withdrawal as one where the time had come for them to leave in order to give room for Africa’s fastest man to grow and take charge of his own destiny. 

The firm concluded by affirming that it will continue to celebrate Omanyala’s progress and would always take pride in the strides he makes for himself and the country.

It is the second partnership Omanyala has lost this week after DBA Africa (touted as standing for Dream, Believe, Achieve) cut ties with him on Monday, September 27.

Kenyan sprinter Ferdinand Omanyala with his girlfriend on September 22, 2021. /TWITTER





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