Kenya will not spare any efforts in the fight against doping.
President William Ruto said the government will go an extra mile in protecting the integrity of athletics.
He announced that the government has set aside Sh3.7 billion to help in the fight against doping for the next five years.
He made the remarks on Thursday December 5 at State House, Nairobi, when he met the President of World Athletics Sebastian Coe.
They pledged to work together in creating the right frameworks for athletes to succeed.
“We will collaborate with partners, sportsmen and their contacts to tackle doping that threatens our heritage,” said Ruto.
Doping is an issue in the industry and has affected some Kenyans who are facing a ban.