Hamabay Governor Cyprian Awiti donated three sets of kit to Gor Mahia ahead of the Mashemeji Derby later.
The uniforms made by Italian company Macron were presented to the team last evening and have been branded ready for the big duel set for the Kasarani Stadium.
Awiti is the club’s deputy patron, second in command to opposition chief Raila Odinga.
He also gave out Ksh300,000 to the team as a motivation to beat their arch rivals, Ingwe.
Gor Mahia treasurer clarified that the club will ship in full kit plus replicas for fans ahead of the new season.
The club signed a three-year contract with the Italian kit maker.
“We are in the process of getting full kits for the team as well as the replicas for fans and once we have them, there will be an official launch after which fans will be able to buy them,” the treasurer told Gor Mahia website.
K’Ogalo are eight points safe at the top of the Kenyan Premier League table with four matches to go and are on the verge of defending the league crown for the third time on the bounce.
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