- Champs in waiting play Posta Rangers at Kenyatta Stadium before the moment of recognition, their 18th and counting
- Mighty K’Ogalo to be officially crowned Kenyan champions today in Machakos
After about 3,000 minutes of steady build-up, the job is finally done and it is time to celebrate.
On Sunday, the players, fans and administrators of Gor Mahia can relax, enjoy, party even.
They already have the points needed to land the title, which they have now won a record 18 times and three times consecutively.
What this means is that the league trophy will be theirs to keep, just like they did it in 2015 when they successfully won the trophy three times consecutively with coach Frank Nuttall.
And Turkish-Cypriot Hassan Oktay, who has rewritten the records book by getting the team to the Caf Confederation Cup quarter-finals, said in an interview with Nation Sport that none of that happened because he was a magician.
Or that he achieved it with a sprinkle of stardust.
According to him, it was all the result of unrelenting, unending work, a quest for perfection, a determination that everything should be just right.