FC Leopards winger Harrison Mwendwa is on the verge of joining Zambian outfits Kabwe FC. The Kenyan youngster has been impressive for Leorpads this season providing a number of assists that have seen his current club contest for the Kenya premier league title. Mwendwa will be joyful to become one the many Kenyan players who have featured in the Zambian super league in recent times. He will be joining the likes of harambee stars first choice goalkeeper Ian Otieno, Jesse Were (Zesco united) , Musa Mohamed and Otieno (Nkana FC).
Leorpads are set to reap from the transfer as Mwendwa is still contracted to them. It is a big achievement for the forward as far as his career development is concerned .Meanwhile, reports indicate that Johnston Omurwa will stay at Wazito after a failed trial in South Africa. The towering defender joined his teammates after two weeks in South Africa. His stay was however unsuccessful as the deal did not materialize. He is a young player with alot of potential. It remains to be seen whether Jacob Ghost Mulee will call him ahead of World Cup qualifiers opener against Uganda or not. We wish the players all the best.
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