Kenyan striker Masoud Juma is back in the country after ending his stay with Cape Town City FC.
The former Kariobangi Sharks striker terminated his eight month stint in the Absa Premier League on mutual consent.
Juma was among the five players, who were facing the chop following the arrival of Dutch keeper Peter Leeuwenburgh from Ajax Amsterdam, which brought to six the number of foreigners at Cape Town City with only five permitted to feature for a club by the PSL.
The Harambee Stars striker is now enjoying quiet moments with his family where he will be spending most of his free time to fight rampant drug abuse in his hometown of Isiolo County.
While in South Africa, Masoud has been following closely on the rampant use of KETE, a cocain-like-drug being abused by youths in his home town.
As such, Masoud, while speaking exclusively to Goal, has organised a 16-team tournament that he hopes will help create awareness of the dangers of abusing drugs.
“The drug abuse has been an issue here. I have been following it on social media and now that am at home, I must help in either way.
"I thought it would be a good idea to create awareness by organizing a football tournament to keep the youth busy during the school holiday season.”
The tournament kicked-off on August 8, and will run until August 22 at the Bula Mpya Ground in Isiolo.