The club have confirmed that, Ominde, who has penned a three-year contract, has been signed to provide competition in the midfield.
Faraj arrives from Chemelil Sugar where he spent one and a half years having previously played for Mukumu Boys high school. He is effective in both defence and attack. His signing comes hot on the heels of the acquisition of forward David Juma.
Upon signing for Tusker FC, Faraj said, “It’s exciting! It’s a team that I have always wanted to join so to have the opportunity to be part of that is so awesome.
“First I want to help build on what is already a really strong midfielders group and help them continue succeeding in the department. I have trained with the team for one week and I already feel welcomed.
“I am really hoping to gain lots of experience from the experienced players I have found, so that when my time comes I am also called up to harambee stars and play for my country too.”
Faraj becomes Tusker's second signing this transfer window after coach Robert Matano raided Bidco United for the services of David Juma.
Tusker’s next match is a Kenyan Premier League clash against Wazito Fc at home in Ruaraka on Sunday 17th June.