Gor Mahia coach Kerr caught up in ‘drunk driving’ row
Gor Mahia coach Dylan Kerr has sensationally accused police officers of demanding a bribe from him over what they claimed was a ‘fine’ for drunk driving.
In a damning revelation on Twitter, the Englishman claimed the incident happened after the police and NTSA wrongfully accused his driver of taking the wheel under the influence of alcohol.
Thank you to the NTSA/Police for showing me the bad in Kenya stopped my driver Falsely accused of drink drive & Want 20,000ks. Unbelievable
— Dylan Kerr (@legend3) September 10, 2017
Nairobi News understands this development occurred after Kerr had led his team to a 4-0 in over Nzoia United in a SportPesa Premier League match in Kisumu over the weekend.
Kerr has barely been in the country for two months, having arrived at K’Ogalo in July 2017 as a replacement for Brazilian trainer Ze Maria.
Formerly at Tanzanian club Simba, Kerr has made the best possible start at the club, and remains unbeaten in five league matches, having won in four of them.