Kitara football club forward Nathan Oloro is set to join Uganda Premier league side Onduparaka FC as confirmed by sources close to both parties.
The fascinating, industrious and pace oriented forward and poacher-courtesy of his clinical nature infront of goal has reportedly agreed on personal terms with the West Nile side.
It’s understood by the Sports Nation that his projected contract length will be two years and his signature on this employment paper is viewed to be a more or less foregone conclusion.
Nathan Oloro convincingly emerged as Kitara’s top scorer with 10 goals, which unfortunately didn’t prove to be sufficient enough to shrug off relegation in the Hoima side’s maiden topflight season.
The forward who had earlier signed for Kitara FC prior to the commencement of the 2020/21 StarTimes Uganda Premier League season from Big League side Light SS FC will look to continue his amazing form from the previous season.
There is no doubt really that his sights are set on him establishing a relationship with the full-of-rupture audience at the AbaBet Green Light Stadium in Arua and if his form is anything to go by, he will be quite a capture for the West Nile giants.
The caterpillars themselves have been nursing a plummet with their unprecedented twelfth place finish in the league with 28 points the previous season and are heavily invested in putting their house in order so as to be fair betted in the forthcoming season.
As the proverb has been for the last five years though since their inception into the league back in 2016, Onduparaka has already let go of close to fourteen players commanding little or no financial compensation from them.