Gor Mahia Coach Dylan Kerr slams ‘corrupt NTSA’

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K’ogalo head coach, Dylan Kerr is a bitter man if his latest tweet is anything to go by.

Kerr has been in charge of Gor Mahia for three months now, accused the police of asking for a bribe worth Ksh. 20,000 over claims that his driver was driving under the influence of alcohol.

Although end details of the occurrence are scanty, the National Transport and Safety Authority, weighed in the conversation asking the Englishman to give them more information about the incident for follow up.

The incident occurred after the former Simba SC manager guided his side to a 4-0 demolition over Nzoia United on Saturday, thanks to Jacques Tuyisenge double and goals from Francis Kahata and Meddie Kagere.

Kerr is enjoying an impressive record given he has now registered his sixth win in seven league matches bagging 19 out of possible 21 points.

Gor Mahia tops the SportPesa log with 47 points after 22 matches.

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