Gor Mahia finally finds a new office after unceremonious exit from Nyayo

Early this year, Gor Mahia chairman Ambrose Rachier was sued by a Nakuru Hotel over an unpaid bill

Gor Mahia have finally set up a new office, several months after they were kicked out of Nyayo Stadium premises for non-payment of rent.

K’Ogalo were forced to do without a physical office for over 15 months after they were locked out of Nyayo premises in February, 2017.

This was due to accrued arrears totalling to Sh4.6million after the club failed to honour the 2011 lease agreement of Sh85, 000 a month rent.

Gor Mahia, Kenya's biggest club by the fanbase, however, have found temporary shelter in the CBD after securing a space at the Development House along Moi Avenue.

Gor Mahia have a history of forfeiting to clear their bills. Early this year, the club chairman Ambrose Rachier was sued by a Nakuru Hotel over an unpaid bill.