God Mahia started their campaign to reclaim the FKF Premier League title with a 2-1 victory against Kenya Commercial Bank (KCB ) side at Ruaraka grounds on Saturday. Benson Omalla scored K’Ogalo’s two goals in the seventh and ninth minutes, and despite the Bankers pulling a goal back courtesy of Henry Onyango in the 28th minute, which was not enough to deny Kogalo Victory.
Bandari FC players celebrate their first goal against Mathare United at KPA Mbaraki Sports Grounds. Benson Omalla scored a brace as Gor Mahia defeated last season's runners-up Kenya Commercial Bank 2-1 in the opening encounter of the FKF Premier League 2021-2022 season match on Saturday at Thika Stadium.
Gor Mahia FC has overpowered KCB today in their opening match of the 2021/2022 FKF Premier League season. Youngster Benson Omalla scored a brace in the early minutes of the match - 7th and 9th minutes - to earn them their first three points in the league. In the 23rd minute, KCB forward Henry Onyango pulled a goal back making it 2-1.
The Football Kenya Federation Premier League is back and five matches were played today. Gor Mahia took on KCB at Thika, K'Ogalo overpowered the bankers courtesy of Benson Omalla's brace in the first quarter of an hour. However, KCB's only goal was netted by Henry Onyango in the 23rd minute.
A 25-year old man is recuperating at Kenyatta National Hospital after his hands were severed by his brother-in-law over land dispute. Ernest Kobia alias ndimu karaithe had both of his hands chopped off by an in-law at Tiira market Nduguto location, Meru County. He was taken to Meru level five and later transferred to KNH where he is admitted since Wednesday for specialised treatment. The assailant is said to have used a panga to carry out the amputation. He is reportedly scheduled to undergo surgery on Thursday