Meddie Kagere has officially ditched Kenyan Premier League champions Gor Mahia after reaching a deal with Simba SC.
The Rwandan striker, who was in his second stint with K'Ogalo, officially joined Simba on Tuesday after penning a deal with the Tanzanian giants.
Goal also understands that Kagere received a sign on fee of approximately Sh 600, 000 and will earn close to Sh300, 000 a month and other benefits that includes a car and a full furnished apartment.
Kagere’s switch to Tanzanian league will be a big blow to Gor Mahia, who are chasing both the domestic as well as Caf Confederation Cup titles.
Kagere sealed a deal with Simba after Gor Mahia dragged their feet in meeting his demands following the expiry of his contract in July.
Kagere’s move could just be the beginning of impending exodus at K’Ogalo, who might also lose midfielder Francis Kahata as well as Jacques Tuyisenge and George Odhiambo to Simba and Yanga respectively.