Gaddafi captain Ibrahim Kiyemba will be confirmed as NEC FC player sooner than later.
The player has already agreed a two-year contract with the newly promoted Uganda Premier League (UPL) side, and has as well already said goodbye to his former club.
In an official statement posted on his social media pages, Kiyemba confirmed his departure from Gaddafi.
As he left the Jinja-based club, Kiyemba left a sad goodbye note that partly reads; “It’s never the right time to say goodbye but I have to. You have, and will always be my family.”
“To the President and Technical Team plus my lovely fans, thanks for the support. It’s been a pleasure and great journey together,” the player added.
Before Gaddafi, Kiyemba had also previously featured for Stellenbosch SA, SC Villa, Vipers SC, Wakiso Giants, and Lweza FC.
Kiyemba now leaves the Soldier Boys in 13th position with 16 points after 15 (just a place and point above the red zone) to join NEC that has done fairly well for newbies.
The Die Hards have collected 24 points from 15 games and sit seventh on the 16-team UPL table – above URA, KCCA and seven other teams.