Ex-Gor Mahia forward Kevin 'Ade' Omondi joins Tusker on a two-year contract

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Omondi moved to Ruaraka from Gor Mahia where he found it hard breaking into K’Ogalo’s first team under coach Dylan Kerr

Kevin Omondi has penned a two-year deal with former Kenyan Premier League champions-Tusker FC.

Omondi moved to Ruaraka from Gor Mahia where he found it hard breaking into K’Ogalo’s first team but he remains hopeful for a great season with the Brewers.

“This is a new challenge and I am ready for it. It’s going to be easy since Tusker has good players and am going to add quality to the team. Looking forward to a great season,” Omondi said after penning the deal on Friday.

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Tusker have also signed Rwandan international Emery Mvuyekure and Ugandan defender Aloro Rogers from Sofapaka FC.

Others are Sammy Meja (Thika United), Michael Madoya (Zoo FC), Midfielder Clyde Senaji (Vihiga United) defender Hillary Wandera (Nzoia Sugar) and volatile forward Muzerwa Amini, who joined from Rwanda Police FC.

Robert Matano also brought on board George Oporia and Nashon Alembi from Ushuru FC and Muranga seals FC respectively.

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