Gor Mahia utility man Innocent Wafula is set to leave the club at the end of December 2018 after the culmination of his contract with the Kenyan Premier League (KPL) giants.
Wafula joined Gor in the 2015 season and has been a constant figure in the team down the right flank but according to the club’s CEO Mr. Lodvrick Aduda, the player is on a bosman is expected to leave this month.
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“He is on a bosman. His association with us ends this December. We have Phillemon Otieno and Wellington Ochieng who can play at right back and even our new acquisition Pascal Ogweno can also slot in there so I think we are well covered,” Ogweno told Soka.
In his time at Gor Mahia, Wafula has been plagued by nationality issues with some feeling he is a Ugandan despite his documents indicating that he is a Kenyan; a confusion that saw him receive a national team call up in 2015 only to be dropped on nationality issues.
Having played as a winger in his earlier career at Chemelil Sugar FC and Busia United, Wafula was in more than one occasion used as a right back with his impressive runs having being one of his major attributes in the team.
Should he fail to renew his association with Gor Mahia, he will be the second player to be released by Gor Mahia after that of Burundian Karim Nizigiyamana.