Posta Rangers have confirmed the signing of Burundian striker Dumu Ndayishimiye on a three year deal.
The mailmen were looking for Timothy Otieno’s replacement and rightfully found the same in the Burundian forward according to Chairman John Tonui, who expressed much delight in capturing the striker at the club’s Nairobi office.
“Our focus is to perform better than we did in 2016 and we had to strengthen the striking force. The coach (Sammy Omollo) has been with Dumu in training for some time and his report is appealing. We have therefore, confirmed him as our player,” he told Goal.
The Burundian ace has vast experience in football having played in Burundi, Djibouti, Botswana, Seychelles and Rwanda. His head is raised for a good show in Kenyan Premier League with an eye on the Golden Boot award.
“I’m happy to sign for Posta Rangers and I have no doubt that I will gel with my colleagues in on time for a proper work. My job as a striker is to score goals and I hope I will finish within the top scorers.”
Posta Rangers finished at position four with 45 points in 2016 season.