The former United States U-20 star who signed a two-year contract with the Yellow Tigers in September 2014 decided to walk away as he was not enjoying football with the north African side.
"As a player you just want to play and enjoy your football, help your team win and make the supporters and coach proud,” Oluremi told Goal.
"I have played professionally in three continents and I have to say that the supporters at Mas (Maghreb de Fes) are among the best and most passionate in the world.
"I understand their (fans) frustration with the current state of the club. There are some things going on at the club that I feel were not correct, and this is why I’m walking away.
"We came to an agreement and I left. The club is full of great players and I wish them all the best for the rest of the season, my destination is Europe. That is all I say for now,” he concluded.
MAS fez are currently ranked 14th on the log of the Moroccan topflight after securing just 14 points from 15 league games.