Former Western Stima forward ditched Western Stima after they were relegated to the second tier and joined Tanzanian side Biashara United.
However, the Biashara United forward has not yet been issued with his work permit so as to make his long awaited debut for the top flight club.
The former Western Stima striker has been forced to wait for his first debut in Biashara colours as a result of lacking the authorization to work in Tanzania.
Biashara who are coached by former Gor Mahia assistant coach Patrick Odhiambo and Marwa Chamberi also signed; Shaphan Oyugi from Kariobangi Sharks, Ugandan international Odongo who has played for Zoo FC, Wazito, Tusker and Kariobangi Sharks.
The forward has returned home as he awaits to have his documents ready before the FIFA international week ends.
Oketch has missed matches against Ruvu Shooting, defending champions Simba and CAF Confederation Cup preliminary round against Dikhil of Djibouti.
The forward has stated that his target this season is becoming the club's top scorer.
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