Kenyan contestants are stranded in a Rio shantytown where shots can be listened, taking after the conclusion of the Olympic town, the group chief says.
Authorities deferred their arrival home as they searched for a “shabby flight”, said Wesley Korir, a marathon runner who is additionally an autonomous MP.
He posted pictures on Twitter of haggard structures in the region where he said they were compelled to stay.
Kenya Team has been tenacious by assertions of bungle at Rio.
Sports Minister Hassan Wario says the legislature has reacted by disbanding the National Olympic Committee of Kenya (NOCK) and requesting an examination concerning the issues the group confronted in Rio, reports the BBC’s Wanyama Chebusiri from the capital, Nairobi.
Mr. Korir said competitors had encountered “hellfire” and he would request activity when he returned home.
The athletes won 13 medals in total, the most astounding by an African nation, and this “is the means by which they treat us”, he included.
The men’s marathon group is among the competitors stuck in the shanty town, with the exception of gold medalist Eliud Kipchoge, who purchased his own particular ticket to leave, Mr Korir said.
Competitors were requested to stay inside as discharges were heard throughout the night, he included a tweet.
Kenya won six gold medals, six silver medals and a bronze medal at the Games, which ended on Sunday.