Gor Mahia John Ndirangu (right) dribbles past teammate Philemon Odhiambo during a past training session at Camp Toyoyo ground, Nairobi. PHOTO | CHRIS OMOLLOGor Mahia John Ndirangu (right) dribbles past teammate Philemon Odhiambo during a past training session at Camp Toyoyo ground, Nairobi. PHOTO | CHRIS OMOLLO
By NAHASHON MUSUNGU

Gor Mahia have finally been granted access the Camp Toyoyo grounds after the club’s hierarchy moved in to provisionally resolve a payment dispute.

Nairobi News understands the Kenya Premier League giants have for the past three days been barred from training at this venue in the wake of this stand-off.

The move has reportedly left coach Dylan Kerr furious as preparations for Saturday’s game against Nzoia United were adversely affected.

LEAGUE LEADERS

“The issue has been resolved. We have paid them some of the amount (we owe them), and have committed to settling the rest at a later date. I cant discuss the figures with you,” the club’s organizing secretary Judith Nyangi said.

“I can also confirm that the team will leave for Kisumu on Saturday for the game against Nzoia. We will return on the same day,” she added.

K’Ogalo are said to owe the Camp Toyoyo management some Sh500,000 accrued from using the facility for the past three months.

Gor Mahia currently lead the league standings with 44 points from 21 matches. Second placed Sofapaka, who have played one match more, are 6 points adrift of the leaders.