Moses Kuria tells Gor Mahia to stop begging for money all the time 'as they are a brand'

Gor Mahia beat AFC Leopards 2-0 to successfully defend the title with six games to spare

Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria has told Gor Mahia to stop begging all the time.

The controversial lawmaker, who has a soft spot for K’Ogalo, made fun of Gor Mahia’s begging culture that is threatening to ruin the image of the club.

This comes just three days after Gor Mahia were bailed out with 30 air tickets by President Uhuru Kenyatta as they prepare to honour their Caf Confederation Cup return leg match against USM Alger on Wednesday.

“Congratulations to my boys K’Ogalo for clinching KPL 2018. Now we have three major headaches to overcome: Qualifying for the quarters of Caf, always begging for money for air tickets despite our mighty brand and getting a serious challenger at the local level,” Kuria posted on his facebook page.

Gor Mahia beat AFC Leopards 2-0 to successfully defend the Kenyan Premier League title with six games to spare. K'Ogalo are scheduled to depart for Algeria on Monday for the decisive Group D match where they need a win to sail to the quarters.

K’Ogalo are top of the Group with eight points, same as USM Alger with Rayon Sports third on six points. The Rwandan side will host Yanga of Tanzania in the other match in Kigali.