Gor Mahia blocked from using Camp Toyoyo

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Goal understands the former champions were denied access to the venue on Wednesday following accrued rent arrears

Gor Mahia have been restrained from using Camp Toyoyo grounds over accrued arrears.

Goal understands the former champions were denied access to the venue on Wednesday and have since shifted their training base to Parklands Sports Club. An official of the club, who sought anonymity, has confirmed that indeed they have been locked out of Toyoyo.

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Gor Mahia offices shut down over rent arrears

“It is true that we have been denied access to Camp Toyoyo because of unpaid arrears. The amount we are talking about here is standing at millions but I hope the situation will be solved. It is unfortunate that this has happened and we have now booked Parklands Sports Club as a temporary training ground as we solve the matter.”

The move to kick K’Ogalo from Camp Toyoyo comes just a day after Goal exclusively reported that the club was operating without an office after Nyayo Stadium management moved to shut down the same over Sh4.6m rent arrears.

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