Ugandan midfielder-cum-forward Noah Ssemakula has put pen to paper on a two-year contract at Cameroon top flight side Bamboutos Football Club.
The Mbouda based club agreed terms with the 25-year-old Ugandan who traveled to the West African country a week ago.
The former Namasuba Juventus, Victors, SC Villa Jogoo, Sports Club Victoria University, Express midfielder joined the Cameroonian club through player agent Divine Murum.
Bamboutos president Justin Tagouh and the club Sporting Director Kuate Yaro witnessed the official unveiling ceremony of the crafty player who has 5 national team caps to his name.
Ssemakula’s first target at hand is to acclimatize to the physical demands of the Cameroon game, as he targets helping the club perform well and in turn seek personal glory as he aims to attract the eye of Uganda Cranes’ head coach Sebastien Desabre.
The first work outs will be to adapt to the Cameroonian game and style of play.
I am proud to be at Bamboutos F.C. I want to serve the club with one heart and also return to the Uganda Cranes main stream team
Ssemakula traveled to Cameroon in company of UPDF striker Fahad Bahdiro.
Bahdiro is expected to be unvieled in the coming 48 hours.
Bamboutos plays AS Fortuna this weekend in Yaoundé, a game in which Ssemakula is expected to make the debut.