Kenya Premier League is indefinitely suspended, its official.
The league earlier postponed their next two round of league matches after a government directive on public gatherings.
It was expected that the league would resume in the first week of April.
However, KPL has tweeted that the league remains suspended to a date yet to be determined.
“Kenyan Premier League wishes to inform clubs participating in the 2019-20 KPL season and all stakeholders that league fixtures remain suspended owing to the difficult time we are all experiencing at the moment,” reads the tweet.
“We will issue an update on when league fixtures will resume as soon as the current situation improves. We urge everyone to stay safe and adhere to the precautionary measures announced by the Government.”
Gor Mahia with 54 points, seven above second placed Homeboyz who have a game in hand, with 11 games to go.
There is a possibility of cancelling the league, or declaring Gor as champions in case the Covid19 pandemic escalates.
Gor Mahia are the defending champions with 18 titles for the league that started in 1963.