Kenyan Premier League side Sofapaka has released Ugandan winger Peter Lwasa.
Lwasa joined the Kenyan outfit in August last year as a free agent following expiration of his employment contract at URA FC.
He joins other Ugandans who were shown the exit by the Kenyan Premier League side. These are custodian Isma Watenga, Allan Katwe, Mohammed Kasirye and Musa Malunda.
The club however signed former Bright Stars goalkeeper Nicholas Ssebwato as Watenga’s replacement.
The other new recruits at the club are former Nzoia Sugar left back Thomas Wainaina, Wisdom Naya (free agent), Brian Watende (Sofapaka Youth Team), Shwan Brian Oloo (free agent), striker Jedinak Amenyaw Nana (Channis Soccer Academy, Ghana), Joel Noukeu (Lion Blesse, Cameroon), striker George Owusu (Channis Soccer Academy, Ghana), Collins Wakhungu (Nzoia Sugar) Stephen Otieno (Sofapaka Youth team) and David Simiyu (Chemelil).
Sofapaka lost 2-1 to KCB in the Kenyan Premier League encounter played on Wednesday 7th January.