Daily Mail blasted over Gor Mahia description

Kenyans on twitter are on Daily Mail's neck after misreporting Gor Mahia’s status.

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British daily tabloid newspaper Daily Mail  is in trouble from Kenyans on twitter after ‘demeaning’ Kenyan Premier League champions Gor Mahia.

The paper was reporting on the development pertaining an exhibition match which will be played between K’Ogalo and English Premier League side Everton on July 13 in Tanzania and termed the Kenyan club as unknown.

Twitter immediately exploded; Kenyans reminding the paper how Gor Mahia is a big club with some making fun of the report owing to the fact that K’Ogalo is the most successful in the country.

Gor Mahia earned the slot of facing Everton after beating AFC Leopards 3-0 in the SportPesa Super Cup final match played on June 11.

Here are some of the tweets on the thread;

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