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Gor mahia loses captain to Tanzania’s Azam fc

[Kenneth Muguna during the unveiling. Photo/courtesy]

Ex-Gor Mahia skipper Kenneth Muguna has joined Tanzanian side Azam FC on a two-year deal.

Azam FC has officially confirmed the signing of Kenya midfielder Kenneth Muguna,25, from Gor Mahia as they officially unveiled him to the media on Wednesday.

On Tuesday, the former Western Stima attacking midfielder made it known he will not renew his contract with the ‘Green Army.’

In a statement shared via their official social media handles, Azam expressed their delight as they confirmed the signing of the Kenyan International winger Kenneth Muguna on a two-year contract arriving from Gor Mahia.

“Muguna is coming to add more punch in the team’s squad and especially the midfield area and the deal will see him stay at Chamazi until 2023,” read part of the statement.

The arrival of Muguna brings to four the number of new signings at Azam, which is handled by Zambian George Lwandamina, the other three being Charles Zulu, Rodgers Kola from Zambia, and Taifa Stars defender Edward Manyama.

Muguna has now joined two other Kenyans in the Tanzanian league – Joash Onyango of Simba SC and Farouk Shikhalo of Yanga SC.