Bandari replace Lucas Indeche

Bandari FC have captured a goalkeeper to replace Lucas Indeche whose contract ran out in June.

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Club CEO Edward Odour confirmed to P Live that the 23 year old Okong’o has signed a three year deal with the Dockers replacing Lucas Indeche whose six month contract expired.

“We have signed Godfrey Lowo Okong'o after the youngster impressed the technical bench especially head coach Paul Nkata during the transfer window trials. Being young and experienced, Okong’o has a great future and the coach felt he is the most suitable replacement for Lucas Indeche whose contract with the club has expired.”

Okong’o parted ways with the Uganda Premier League newbies Onduparaka barely after three months of the season.

Before moving to Uganda, Okong’o prominently featured for FKF Division Two League side Shanzu United.

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