Ugali Man unveils state-of-the-art gym in Rongai

Odongo already received a new van and cash boost to support his fitness career.

In Summary

• The gym instructor whose videos went viral a few months back received a brand new seven-seater van and a cash boost to support his fitness career.

• Odongo thanked Odibets for the support they had given him vowing to go all out in helping the youth nurture their talents in the fitness industry.

Charles Odongo when he opened a state-of-the-art gym in the Rongai area.
Charles Odongo when he opened a state-of-the-art gym in the Rongai area.
Image: ODIBETS

Online sensation Ugali man has opened a state-of-the-art gym in the Rongai area.

The gym instructor whose videos went viral a few months back received a brand new seven-seater van and a cash boost to support his fitness career.

Speaking during the gym opening event, Ugali man whose real names are Charles Odongo thanked Odibets for the support they had given him vowing to go all out in helping the youth nurture their talents in the fitness industry.

“I thank Odibets for coming through for me and promise that I will support my fellow youth from Rongai just the same way Odibets has supported me,” said an elated Ugali man.

Charles Odongo when he opened a state-of-the-art gym in the Rongai area.
Charles Odongo when he opened a state-of-the-art gym in the Rongai area.
Image: ODIBETS

Odibets partnership is part of Odi Mtaani, a grassroots talent development initiative that was started by the betting firm.

Also present during the gym opening ceremony was Odibets country marketing manager Aggrey Sayi who said the betting firm will always strive to nurture untapped talent in society.

“We at Odibets believe that more funding is needed towards the development of talent thus we will continue to support unique talents such as Charles Odongo, who is committed to his fitness career in a passionate way,” said Aggrey Sayi.

Early this week, Sprint sensation Ferdinand Omanyala was gifted a brand-new Toyota Harrier by Odibets as a reward for breaking the African 100 metres record last weekend at the Kip Keino Classic Tour.