Kakamega Homeboyz sign Burundian goalkeeper

Kakamega Homeboyz have captured a top goalkeeper from Burundi.

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Chairman Cleophas Shimanyula has confirmed to P Live that the former Flambeau de l’Est player has penned a two-year deal with the Western Kenya-based club.

Arakaza emerged the best player in the 2012 CECAFA Cup and starred in 2013 where he shone against Kenya and challenged Tanzania’s Ivo Mapunda and Uganda’s Benjamin Ochan in the competition.

“We have secured the services of Arakaza and we strongly believe that he is a great addition to our team.”

Arakaza, who has been with the Mike Mururi coached outfit for one week also expressed his comfort at the club foreseeing a good show at his new work station.

“I have been here for one week and for sure this place looks good for my stay. I’m now looking forward to playing my first match.”

The keeper has joined Kakamega Homeboyz from Uganda Premier League side SC Villa.

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