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Harambee stars and Wazito FC captain Johnston Omurwa has finally opened up about his preseason stay in South Africa. The former under 23 captain had trials in South Africa with Chippa United at the beginning of the season where he was expected to sign for the side. According to Mozzart sports kenya, the young defender did not sign for Chippa United since their foreign quota was already full.He was forced to come back home before Marizburg FC called him again.
At the side, Omurwa was again told that it was hard for them to sign him due to finances, however, he was told to run down his contract at Wazito FC before joining them on a free transfer. At 23years of age, the former Butere Boys captain still has a chance to play abroad. His talent is arguably irresistible and he was among the few players who played well against Mali despite a dismissal performance by the national team. We wish him all the best at Wazito FC. For more news updates tap on the follow link on the top right corner.
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