Shabaan Kenga may have just but ended Bandari’s hopes of getting him back after his six month loan spell at Gor Mahia elapsed at midnight.
The winger, who was part of Gor Mahia team that played against Tusker on Wednesday in KPL Top 8 semi final, has told Goal that he is not willing to go back to Mombasa but wants to stay on with the league champions.
“I have made up my mind and I don’t want to go back to Bandari. I want to remain at Gor Mahia because I feel at home here. I also feel that I have a better chance of winning titles at this club. Gor Mahia is a big club with a passionate fan base and these are some of the reasons that make me want to remain here.”
Kenga still has a year to run in his contract with Bandari and K’Ogalo are set to engage the coastal-based club in a bid to make his loan move permanent.
On Tuesday, Bandari’s technical director Edward Oduor revealed that the club wanted Kenga to return after expiring of his loan and that they were not ready to negotiate with Gor Mahia on the same.