Despite K’Ogalo enjoying a nine-point lead at the top of the 18-team table and with three matches at hand, the former Kenyan striker insists that they are not giving up on chasing for the title.
“We have set our focus on winning the title and we want to push for that. The chase for the title is still wide open. As much as Gor Mahia have three matches at hand, they will have to play to get the points and in football anything can happen.
“It doesn’t mean that they already have the points. They will have to play and win and that is when we will know where the league stands but as at for now, we are focused to win our matches.”
Batoto ba Mungu will take on Sony Sugar in their next league assignment this weekend.