Nothing to share between the two Njenga. The marathon runner lives in Japan, and of sure is not a journalist.
Peter Njenga stays in Kenya, and of sure is not a runner.
I will reply to the Kenyan journalists (Omulo Okoth and Peter Njenga) directly when I go to Kenya, because in a normal Country is not accettable that is possible to write a lot of lies without having any responsability.
Anyway, don't care about these stupidities.
Regarding Mottram, I like this guy very much, but, my personal opinion, he doesn't have many chances for a medal in Helsinki. The field in 5000m can be one of the most qualified in all the events.
Regarding El Guerrouj, I have the idea that he doesn't compete in this distance : being back with his preparation, or doesn't run, or runs 1500m (without Bernard Lagat is possible to win also if is only at 85% of his shape).
I think that Bekele, at the end of every thing, goes to double. But, without El Guerrouj, the race can be different.
Kipchoge doesn't permit that the race is too much tactical. I think that, in any case, the winner must run very close 12:50, and I don't know if Mottram is able to do this.
I don't believe very much in Gebremariam, but I think that Sihine can come back at high level.
And don't forget Augustine Choge, very fast in the final, and may be Chebii (if is able to qualify : probably, for trials, Isaac Songok goes for 5k, and his final is very fast).