FUFA Big League side Kitara FC have confirmed the departure of their forward Patrick Kaddu ahead of a move to Kenya.
The club confirmed that Kaddu will be leaving the country next week on Tuesday to complete his move to Kenyan top flight side Gor Mahia.
The statement from the club reads
“IT’S OFFICIAL 🚨
Our player Patrick Kaddu will be flying to Kenya to complete negotiations with Gor Mahia FC on Tuesday next week.”
Kaddu had joined Kitara last year at the start of the season after the end of his short spell at KCCA FC.
During his short time at Kitara, he has been a shinning star and had already scored 15 goals after 15 games.
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And Kitara are currently on top with 31 points after the end of the first round.
At Gor Mahia, he will join former Uganda Cranes head coach Jonathan Mckinstry, who is currently the head coach at Gor Mahia.
Kaddu will also join a long list of Ugandan players who have had stints at Gor Mahia before. Among these are Khalid Aucho, Godfrey Walusimbi, Dan Sserunkuma, Shafik Batambuze, Hashim Ssempala, Erisa Sekisambu among others.