Gor Mahia to discipline Godfrey Walusimbi and report Kaizer Chiefs for tapping

Goal understands that the Ugandan left back has already held talks with the South African club over a possible transfer switch

Gor Mahia have vowed to take action against defender Godfrey Walusimbi for absconding duty.

This comes hours after Goal reported that the Ugandan left back has already held talks with South African club Kaizer Chiefs and that the transfer could be made official after the two clubs agree on terms.

Walusimbi was conspicuously missing from Gor Mahia’s squad that did duty against Posta Rangers in a 2-1 league win at Moi Stadium in Kisumu. The absence has fueled the players’ intentions to quit the Kenyan champions.

A top Gor Mahia official has now told Goal that the club will take action against the player and also report Kaizer Chiefs to Fifa for player tapping.

“If indeed Walusimbi is in South Africa negotiating with Kaizer Chiefs, we will have to take disciplinary action for absconding duty. He has a one and half year contract with us and must respect the same. We will also report Kaizer Chiefs to Fifa for player tapping.

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“Walusimbi featured for us on Tuesday in Mombasa but I was shocked that he was not in Kisumu for the Posta Rangers match. Nobody knows where he 'Walu' is...not even our coach Dylan Kerr.

"We don’t want destructions now that we have a congested fixtures. We will not allow clubs from outside to derail our progress.”

Chiefs are said to have picked on the impressive Walusimbi to help strengthen their leaking defence. Walusimbi has been a key player for Gor Mahia especially this campaign, where K’Ogalo are taking part in the Caf Confederation Cup.

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