Abana be Ingo beefed up their squad during the transfer period
Robinson Kamura during his stint at the den
Kakamega Homeboyz ropped in a total of eleven players during the recently closed transfer window. The transfer period which ended on 1st December had Kariobangi Sharks as the busiest side, bringing in a total of eighteen players.
Robinson Kamura (📷 KK Homeboyz / FB)
Among the new faces at Kakamega Homeboyz is former Ingwe skipper Robinson Kamura alias "Njoro". The centre back joins the John Baraza-led Homeboyz from KCB FC.
He is joined at Homeboyz by his former teammate at KCB Simon Abuko who coincidentally also had a stint at the den.
Other new players at the Kakamega-based side include former Nzoia Sugar marksman Levis Baraza.
Full list of Homeboyz new signings :
1. Brian BULETI - (Green Commandos FC)
2. Elli ESIECHE –(Wazito FC)
3. Eugene WETHULI –(Mathare United FC)
4. John OTIENO – (GDC FC)
5. Levis BARASA – (Nzoia Sugar FC)
6. Meshack OMUKHULU – (Mathare United FC)
7. Moses SHUMAH – (CUSCO FC)
8. Norman OGOLA – (Mathare United FC)
9. Robinson KAMURA – (KCB FC)
10. Simon MUNALA – (KCB FC)
11. Wanzala IBRAHIM –(Mayenje Santos FC)
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