Gor mahia rejected Dp Ruto’s support, say former club’s secretary General Nyangi

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Gor Mahia, whose match against APR is slated for Saturday, had initially planned to leave the country on Wednesday but the team is yet to raise the Sh4 million they need to make the trip.

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Former Gor Mahia Organising Secretary Judith ‘Nyangi’ Anyango has spilled the beans on why the cash-strapped club failed to travel to Kigali on Wednesday for a preliminary Caf Champions League match against APR.

While the club blamed the delayed departure on lack of funds to purchase air tickets, former kogalo secretary has however claimed that club officials turned down financial assistance from Deputy President William Ruto who had offered to purchase the air tickets.

“I had secured an appointment and we were to go to the Deputy President to be assisted but Gor management kept telling me they were consulting. Is there any harm in getting assistance from the Deputy President? Even Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko has assisted us before despite his political affiliation. Wacha sasa wapambane na hali yao,” says Nyangi

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