Kenya Police have sealed the signings of two dependable players – Samuel Onyango and Duncan Otieno – in the ongoing Football Kenya Federation (FKF) Premier League transfer window.
The law enforcers confirmed the acquisition of former Gor Mahia player Onyango, whose last stint was at Kabwe Warriors of Zambia on on short-term deal while Otieno, who played for AFC Leopards before decamping to Botswana where he featured for Gaborone United, arrived on a one year-contract.
Confirming the signing of Onyango, Police said: “There’s a new Sheriff in town, Samuel Onyango. A beef up on our striking force. Karibu nyumbani (Welcome home) Daddy,” while they said on Otieno’s arrival: “Duncan Otieno is back.”
The 29-year-old Onyango, who joined Gor Mahia in November 2017 from Ulinzi Stars, was a free agent and during his tenure at K’Ogalo, he won three consecutive Premier League titles. Meanwhile, Otieno was Ingwe’s captain before he ditched the side to sign for Gaborone.
Meanwhile, Tusker received a major boost after defender Eugene Asike signed a contract extension. A statement by the Brewers said: “We are delighted to announce that defender Eugene Asike has extended his contract until the end of the season.”
Asike has been among the key players for the Brewers under coach Robert Matano as they continue to chase reigning champions Gor Mahia for the Premier League title.