Kenya Premier League champions Gor Mahia have extended contracts of four of their key players by two years.
According to the club’s Secretary General George Bwana, the four Kevin ‘Ade’ Omondi, Musa Mohammed, Patrick Oboya and Edwin Lavatsa have agreed to a two year extension on their contracts that will see them stay at K’Ogalo until 2016.
“I am happy that all the four players have agreed to stay at the club for another two years. This is a sign of good things to come for the club and the players,” Owino told Goal.
There was already anxiety on the fate of the four players as their contracts were coming up for renewal with reports that they could move elsewhere. The four players were key in helping Gor Mahia win the Kenyan Premier League title in 2013 after an 18 year wait.