Kenyan Premier League giants Gor Mahia have confirmed the postponement of their match with Chemelil Sugar that was slated for Thursday at Kericho Stadium.
Through their social media page, the Green Army have stated that the match has been pushed to an unknown date, which will be communicated by KPL.
The reason for the rescheduling has not been given, though. This development comes on the back of Gor Mahia chairman Ambrose Rachier saying that the club will no longer use the Moi Stadium in Kisumu as their home ground, citing dishonesty issues from stewards while giving the gate collection figures.
“I do not think Gor Mahia are going to host their KPL home matches at the Moi Stadium in Kisumu any longer. The stewards there are dishonest with the gate collection figures which is creating an imbalance in the Club’s accounts. We are losing a lot of money and this is crippling our operations,” a frustrated Rachier told a local radio station.
Gor Mahia has been facing financial difficulties in the past few months and only last week, the club had to be bailed out by the Government after failing to raise enough funds for their trip to Algeria to face USM Algers in the CAF Champions League qualifiers.