Kenyan side Wazito FC have continued to make big signings this season after their ban was lifted. The Kenya premier league side have unveiled their latest signing from the finish topflight league side Marrienhamn FC. The football player left the country 14 years ago to seek greener pastures abroad. He featured for Swedish sides before moving to Finland.
Amos Ekhalie left the country for Finland and is now back in the country to feature for Wazito FC. The footballer has one cap for the national team Harambee Stars against Liberia where Kenya won the match 1.0.His wealth of experience could help Wazito become league contentors this season. He has vowed to work hard to help the side achieve it's set goals.
Ekhalie plays both as an attacking midfielder and a defensive midfielder. Soon we shall see his quality as soon as the Kenya premier league starts. We wish him all the best ahead of the new season.
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