Ugandan born left winger Aziz Kemba has completed his switch to Kariobangi Sharks from Tusker F.C in the Kenyan premier league.

The former Proline, BUL, SC Villa and Íþróttabandalag Vestmannaeyja player had joined Tusker F.C in January after he had been deemed surplus to requirements under then coach Sam Ssimbwa.

Upon signing a two year contract, he told a Kenya web portal, Soka;

Sharks is a good team. To me it’s one of the best teams that play attractive football in Kenya. They fancy a passing game which suits me best and can’t wait to join the fray. At Tusker, it was a different style all together. I am hopeful of regaining my form next season.When I came to Kenya, I had a lot to learn. First, the tactics of the Kenyan game are totally different from Uganda’s where passing game and expressing yourself on the pitch is the order of the day. In Kenya, a lot is done that might not suit a new player.It was tough for me breaking into the first team but when I did, I picked an injury which derailed my progress. On coming back, I struggled to fight my way back but again the coach (Francis Kimanzi) was under a lot of pressure making it even tougher,” he added.

Kemba made eight appearances for Tusker recording two assists for Tusker F.C.

He has also featured in the Rwandan soccer league with SEC football club (2011/12).

David Isabirye is a senior staff writer for Kawowo Sports where he covers most of the major events.

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