Striker Allan Wanga and defender, James Situma are among the 18 new players signed by Kenyan Premier League side, Kakamega Homeboyz in the last transfer market.
Homeboyz were the busiest club in the January transfer window whose curtains came to a close on Wednesday midnight.
Other familiar faces at Kakamega County sponsored side are John Ndirangu who was signed from champions, Gor Mahia, Wanga, Situma and Noah Wafula all who crossed from Tusker, Hassan Kiyoyo and Kennedy Rono (Muhoroni Youth), Smith Ouko (Chemelil Sugar), Andrew Waiswa (Bandari), and Evans Kiwanuka from Western Stima.
Coming second after Homeboyz are Nakumatt FC who also made massive recruitment while Ulinzi Stars and Zoo Kericho, recorded the least activity.
A total of 210 players moved clubs with seventeen crossing to foreign leagues from Kenyan clubs. Of the seventeen, three are of Kenyan nationality.
Masud Juma has made a move to Capetown City (South Africa) from Kariobangi Sharks while Gor Mahia duo of Kenneth Muguna and Musa Mohammed have joined KF Tirana in Albania.
Nakumatt made up for the 18 players they lost by bringing on board 17 new faces, while their counterparts Homeboyz signed 18 players and released 14.
Zoo contracted only four new players, the least by any KPL team, and released five. Ulinzi Stars, on the other hand, has released only two players, Samuel Onyango and Stephen Waruru, while acquiring the services of seven.