Ugandan defender Shafik Batambuze has completed a move to Zambian side Kabwe Warriors as a free agent.
The left back has signed an employment contract of two years with his new side. He becomes the first Ugandan to play for Kabwe Warriors since goalkeeper Benjamin Ochan.
Batambuze last featured for Gor Mahia where he was sidelined by a knee injury before his contract.
He has previously played for BUL, SC Villa FC, Tusker, Singida United, Simba, Muhoroni, Western Stima, and Sofapaka.
He was among the 23 players who represented the Uganda Cranes in 2017 AFCON in Gabon.
In Zambia, he joins fellow Ugandans Shafik Bakaki (Nkana), goalkeeper Yasin Mugabi (Red Arrows and Paul Musamali (Buildcon).
His immediate task will be against Kitwe United on Saturday 23rd January.
Kabwe Warriors plays in the Zambian Premier League hosting their games at Godfrey Ucar Chitalu Stadium under manager Tenant Chilumba