Gor Mahia Secretary-General Sam Ochola has accused the club chairman Mr Ambrose Rachier of using the club’s funds for personal business.
There has been a war brewing between the two since Monday after Ochola signing a deal, on behalf of the club, in regard to the broadcast rights handed to Startimes by the Football Kenyan Federation.
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The move saw Rachier call a presser on Tuesday accusing Ochola of signing the deal without the consent of the club Executive something that his secretary has denied on his latest presser.
According to Ochola, the deal was valid with the secretary going on to accuse Rachier and former club official Ronald Ngala of withdrawing Shs 20M from the club’s account in the last two months; monies he says didn’t the two used for their own personal business.
Ochola Presser Pointers:
- The club has debts totaling to Shs 120M
- The club is waiting for funds from FKF to clear salary arrears
- The letter he wrote to FKF (on the club’s stand on the Startimes broadcast deal) is legal
- Startimes deal is worth 330 million and each club will receive 10 million.
- The club (Gor Mahia) has four accounts all operated by former officials
- Rachier and Ngala withdrew over 20 million from the club accounts over the last two months without the consent of the club officials and they are not aware what the money was used for.
- Rachier used his title deeds to acquire loans in the name of the club last year
- The current treasurer is not a signatory to any of Gor Mahia accounts
- Shs 15M was used by the club in the last window
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