By Fred Maingi
All is set for Sunday's crucial tie pitting hosts Gor Mahia and defending League champions Tusker FC at the Nairobi City Stadium.
Arrangements for the big clash that might determine the team that clinches this years League title have been finalized after a high level security meeting held at the City Stadium on friday morning.
The meeting was chaired by Football Kenya Federation(FKF) Chairman Sam Nyamweya and attended by Kenya Premier League(KPL) CEO Jack Oguda and senior police officers from Makongeni and Industrial area police station as well stadium officials and other security organs.
According to George Bwana ,Gor Mahia’s Secretary General only 12,000 tickets will be sold, costing Ksh 500 for VIP section and Ksh 200 for the terraces.
The tickets go on sale from Friday(today) through the official ticketing agent Wells Fargo at various outlets.
The selling points including a Wells Fargo security vans parked at Kenya Cinema, 20th Century, City Stadium ,Kibera D.O camp, Koinange Street, Buru Buru Shopping center ,and at the Kenol/Kobil petrol station along Lusaka road .
There will be no ticket sales at the stadium on the match day ,so fans are advised to ensure that they purchase tickets early.
Due to security reasons no vehicles will be parked inside the stadium ,and all fans will be screened on entry and gates open early at 10.00 o’clock and close 15 minutes to the game.
Fans have been advised to cheer their teams responsibly and ensure that they don’t invade the pitch after the match.
"As a federation ,we laud Gor Mahia club officials for their civic education to their fans during their recent matches since no ugly incidents have occurred" added Sam Nyamweya.