Photos of Kelvin Kiptum’s house

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World Marathon record holder Kelvin Kiptum has a new house. Kiptum had bought land but he didn’t have a house. The Kenyan government opted to build for him a house before he is buried. The magnificent bungalow was built in a record 5 days, costing over Ksh 4 million.

Those who were building the house were instructed to build in 5 days and deliver a beautiful product.They used a new technology which is common in USA as opposed to bricks and blocks.The final product was appreciated by Kenyans.

Kiptum died in February through a road accident. He was driving alongside his coach Gervais Hakizimana who was buried in Rwanda.

Below are the beautiful photos of the house:

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