Harun Shakava who was once the undisputed captain of the Kenyan football giants has returned to the home side "The husband of teams" Gor Mahia.
After terminating his contract with Nkana Fc of Zambia under unclear circumstances, he has announced his return to his former club.
The defender maestro led the champions in lifting many trophies during his time as the captain of the side ranging from Tpl trophy.
He has signed a two year deal with Gor mahia who are currently the most feared side in the league. After crushing Bandari FC last week, they are keeping fit to meet their `Mashemeji' side AFC Leopards who believe they will disgrace their opponent to a great extent.
Gor has a good record against the side and are confident of also beating AFC leopards.
The fans are also in excitements after it was announced by KPL that they will be allowed to watch the match from the stands.
Who will win the match as Shakava eyes playing his first derby after returning to his former side.
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