Media houses in UK London are scrambling to have a piece of world Olympic record holder Eliud Kipchoge.
The Kenyan smashed his contestants in the London Marathon elite men’s race for a record fourth time by clocking 2:02:37.
The worlds biggest media house British Broadcasting Cooperation, BBC was forced to book for an appointment with the maestro through Twitter.
“If you’ve got some time… we would be delighted to host you! The BBC canteen doesn’t serve ugali, but we’re sure we can sort you out something special!” Responded BBC to Eliud’s post.
If you’ve got some time… we would be delighted to host you! The BBC canteen doesn’t serve ugali, but we’re sure we can sort you out something special! 🇰🇪😋— BBC News Africa (@BBCAfrica) April 29, 2019
The response that mentioned Kenya’s most loved staple food–ugali– got KOT talking.
The people behind the @BBCAfrica account are smart & funny. I’m not one of them, sadly, because I’m neither— Larry Madowo (@LarryMadowo) April 30, 2019
BBC come down here and pick some ugali,legends don't feed on noodles.Ongezeni kachumbari pia— ZAMZAM🇰🇪🇪🇹 (@ZamuHajji) April 30, 2019
They want to serve him mcdonalds si he doesnt run next ! resist— sally (@Salomelugard) April 30, 2019