The Kenyan Premier League had reached its halfway line and by now my good friend Peter Leftie and his noisy gang of Ingwe followers know where the title is headed.
The last three matches have given a clear indication that Gor Mahia is going to be the league champions in November.
Our new coach Dylan Kerr has picked up from where Brazilian Jose Marcello Ferreira a.k.a Ze Maria left.
Remember I told you here a few weeks ago that after our clash with English Premier League side Everton, local sides should prepare for the real Mahia.
Ask Nakumatt what befell them in our two meetings over the last one week.
As Gor Mahia, we hate bragging, but we are just reminding our opponents to be wary of us and if we beat them they must always accept and move on.
Recent history has shown that any team that collects even a point from Gor Mahia will have it rough in their subsequent games.
Why do I say that? Ask Western Stima who beat us some time ago.
They spent their next eight games looking for a win of course until they met their age mates AFC Leopards. And what of Mathare United, and most recently Ulinzi Stars?