Nairobi Stima players in a past match. The team will miss the services of attacker Yemi Mwema who has since ditched them for Sony Sugar
Stima attacker joins Sony
By Zachary Oguda | Sat 21 Jan, 2017 13:00

Nairobi Stima attacker Yemi Mwema has joined ditched the National Super League (NSL) for the Kenyan Premier League (KPL) where he will be representing Sony Sugar in the 2017 season.

The news comes minutes after the club’s chairman Mr Paul Orato confirmed the capture of Ugandan George Abege from Bandari FC both having inked a one year deal with the millers.

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Brought

“We have brought Mwema (Yemi) to our camp following the advice of the head coach. He knows the players he wants and ours as the management is to help him get them. Yemi is our latest acquisition and we hope that he can help the team into greater heights,” Orato told Soka.

Orato further revealed that they had acquired the services of ex Nakumatt FC players Levis Lempai; a signing that brings the new faces in the team to three with the club having been liked with more players.

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Camp

“Lempai too is our camp and he will be representing us in the 2017 season. Him, Abege and Mwema are the only players we have signed in this window. We are hoping to complete a set of deals in the coming days but I can’t mention names because we are still negotiating with their clubs,” Orato affirmed.

The club has been massively linked with a move of three Muhoroni Youth players in Yusuf Moahmmed, Abdalla Hamisi and Paul Muchika.

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Zachary Oguda

Twitter: @zaxoguda

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