Thankfully, it appears there are few doping apologists in Kenya itself. They are aware of the scale of the problem, the guilt of the athletes, and have a real desire to clean it up.
Elijah posts regularly on multiple social media accounts, showing off his latest sharp suits or car. How difficult could it be for him to use this app on his smartphone to report each day which hour slot and where he can be tested, then still either not do so or not be at the reported time/location THREE TIMES IN THE SPACE OF MONTHS (he claims all three missed tests occurred last year during his spell out with injury)?
Rekrunner, ex-runner, and I have to say Canova too, would like us to believe that 21st century Kenyans are little more than children, unable to get to grips with modern technological wonders such as the smartphone and social media.
They're not, even if I get called racist for denying it. They just have a lot of athletes (encouraged by mainly Western agents and coaches) trying to game the system.