Lawrence Nduga (right) in action while in Cyprus Credit: Courtesy

Bow legged midfielder Lawrence ‘Blessed’ Ndugga has agreed personal terms with Nkwazi Football Club in the Zambia Super League, according to Zambian sports portal, Zed Magazine.

[/media-credit] Lawrence Nduga (right) in action while in Cyprus Credit: Courtesy

A month ago, Ndugga left Uganda with his representative John Mark Ssentongo for a trial stint in the central African copper rich country.

After a series of training sessions, officials at the Zambian Police funded club were convinced to retain the midfielder.

The former Kira Young, Simba and lately BUL player who also had a brief stint in Cyprus with Mormeneseke F.C is reportedly to have agreed upon a contract for two seasons at the club also christened as ‘High Flying’.

Lawrence Ndugga celebrates a goal Credit: Courtesy

International Transfer Certificate pending:

The International Transfer Certificate (ITC) now stands in the midfielder’s way before he is registered at the club.

The ITC is issued with consent of the parent club, BUL and the local Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA)

In case the deal is finalized, Ndugga will don shirt number 23.

The development comes days after the former KCCA goalkeeper Benjamin Ochan signed with Kabwe Warriors Football Club.

There are quite a number of other players plying their trade in Zambia.

Godfrey Sserunkuma is teammate to former Proline forward Fahad Bayo and Police striker Hood Kaweesa at Buildcon, former Police and KCCA midfielder Hakim Ssenkumba is at NAPSA Stars whilst left back Joseph Ochaya, goalkeeper Yasin Mugabi and Yakubu Ramathan feature at Lusaka Dynamos.

About Nkwazi F.C:

Nkwazi Football Club gained top flight promotion in 2014 from Division one South.

They are baptized as ‘High Flying Club’, hosting their home games at the Edwin Imboela Stadium.

Nkwazi F.C is sponsored by Zambian Police with players who are both Police staff and ordinary players.

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

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