K’Ogalo was to miss this year’s Cecafa Kagame Cup due to financial constraints but Uhuru came to their rescue.
A fundraising was held in Nairobi to raise funds for the trip, Kenyatta through the Sports Ministry dished out 30 tickets for the travelling contingent of 30 players and officials.
Gor Mahia will now leave for Dar es Saalam on Thursday ahead of Saturday’s Group ‘A’ kick-off fixture against Yanga of Tanzania.
Others, who donated during the fundraiser are Eng. Job Ndege Sh100, 000 (his friends Sh123, 000), Sam Wakianga Sh200, 000, Kariobangi Sharks chairman Nick Mwendwa Sh200, 000, Gor Semelango (Sh100, 000), Cyprian Awiti (Sh100, 000), Mp Moses Kuria (Sh200, 000), Jakoyo Midiwo (Sh20, 000), Ambrose Rachier (Sh100, 000), Steve Omondi (Sh20, 000) Tom Alila (Sh20, 000), Eng, Nyamunga (Sh25, 000).
Others include Peter Kenneth (Sh100, 000), Apiko Owiro (Sh25, 000), Gor Mahia excecutive office (Sh110, 000), President Sam Nyamweya (Sh50, 000), Nicholas Musonye (Sh50, 000), Dr. Oyore (Sh20, 000).