K’Ogalo secretary general reveals to Goal they have handed Geoffrey Kizito a long term deal and are in talks with Rama Salim for a possible return
Gor Mahia have signed Ugandan midfielder Geoffrey ‘Baba’ Kizito and are in the process of completing a double swoop of Bandari striker Shaban Kenga and return of Rama Salim.
K’Ogalo secretary general George Bwana has revealed to Goal that the Ugandan ace has agreed to a long term contract while Kenga’s transfer move ‘is as good as sealed.’
“We have brought on board Ugandan (Kizito) and are in the process of finalizing a move for Kenga (Shaban). Kenga’s move could be a done deal by close of business today (Thursday).
“We are also talking to Rama Salim’s agent for a possible return and all looks good. Rama (Salim) is a good player, who could fit in well in the side as we strive to do well in both local and continental assignments.”
Kenga was an instant hit last season starring for the Coastal side and his dazzling displays in Bandari’s formation attracted the eye of Gor, who have moved with speed for his signature.