Gor Mahia’s newly signed legendary striker Dennis Oliech has called off his four-day ‘strike’ over pay and has resumed training with the team.
Last week, the player stormed out of the club insisting that he would only offer his services to the team once his dues are settled.
He said that of the KES 300,000 monthly pay he was signed for, he had only received KES 100,000 in his bank account.
Nonetheless, his sign on fee had not been paid.
KISUMUINSYDER.CO.KE can now confirm that Oliech was on Tuesday among the K’Ogalo players who were training at the Camp Toyoyo ahead of the Gor Mahia’s mid-week fixture against Tusker FC on Wednesday, Feb 27th.
He skipped the weekend CAF clash against Algeria’s side NA Hussein Dey, a match that gave the green army a 2-0 victory.
Oliech who returned to active football after spending close to two years away from the pitch penned a two-year deal with the Kenya’s Sportpesa Premier League Champs Gor Mahia early this year.
According to the club’s management, the player will be settled once they get funds.
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