Mombasa governor Ali Joho has donated Ksh 200,000 to Gor Mahia FC to enable them to boost player morale before for the Africa champions league match against CNAPs of Madagascar.
Joho handed Sh200, 000 to K’Ogalo captain Jerim Onyango and the money was shared equally amongst players’ making the trip to Mombasa for a series of build up matches.
CEO Lordvick Aduda revealed that the governor has shown an interest in helping Gor Mahia foot their continental bills.
“We discussed a lot of issues with Governor and he has promised to help this club. He gave Sh200, 000 that was shared amongst players’ and also promised to host us for dinner later on Saturday.
“It was a good gesture from the governor at this time when our club is seeking for financial help. We have Kenyan Premier League coming up and also continental assignment that needs a lot finances. He has promised to help where he can.” said Aduda to goal.com