Ferdinand Omanyala is proving that his talents go beyond the tracks and his voice is as impressive as his records.
The father of one might just be dropping a new single soon and fans can't keep calm. In his latest Instagram post Omanyala warmed hearts after sharing a video of himself showcasing his musical talents while recording a gospel song.
Yeah, Omanyala can hold a tune!
In the said video the sprinter was seen in studio singing his heart out to a worship song praising God for his blessings. He was dressed casually in a white t-shirt, black sweat pants with red and white stripes topped with a grey cap while rocking recording headsets.
The video pans away from the smiling Omanyala to show off the studio that the sprinter is in. The studio however small, is well equipped. An individual with dreadlocks is seen looking at screens editing Omanyala's audio while also playing the keyboard.
"Unastahili kuabudiwa, unastahili ewe Yesu (you deserve to be praised Jesus, you deserve to be worshipped)," Omanyala melodiously sang with his eyes closed before flashing a smile as he turned to see the camera aimed at him.
Captioning the photo the Africa's fastest man highlighted that he enjoyed spending time with God because of all the great blessings that He has bestowed upon him and his life.
"Reflecting back to how God has been great. Having time with God through worship #Christian athlete #off season #grateful #Kenyan sports," Africa's fastest man beautifully wrote.
Instagram users commended the athlete for his spirituality as well as his beautiful voice.
Below are a few comments;
Timeless Noel: Naomba collabo 😂
Hurumatown80: not only a champ but a God Fearing And Worshiping One too ... Wow 💥💥
_Jeromeblake: New EP coming soon
Kiki.g.Kinyua: ❤️ kumbe wewe ni Muimbi pia! God is good and deserves the glory 🙏🏾
Roslyndrosein: Aaaaaaah Ferdi, your voice is beautiful 🔥😍 It's so nice to know you are my brother in Lord Jesus 🔥🔥😍😍😍😍
Knyn_msafiri: @ferdiomanyala bro, let me write you an original that you can own 100%, I'm a big, big fan. It's the least we could do for the 🐐