Kenya Premier League side Police FC has officially confirmed the signing of two South Sudanese Internationals.
Defender Rashid Toha signed for two years, while striker Tito Okello signed a one year employment contract. Toha and Okello will stay at the club until 2025 and 2024 respectively.
The players have been actively engaged in all the teams activities, but were only officially unveiled on Tuesday evening.
The club’s leaders hope the Ugandan-bred South Sudanese duo will help the team better their performance to hit their targets.
Police finished third of 18 teams last season. They got 64 points from 34 games, only six less than eventual Champions Got Mahia who claimed the title with 70 points.
Toha joins the club from Uganda Premier League (UPL) side Arua Hill where he captained the team to an impressive fourth place finish, as he also scored five goals in the process.
The defender has also previously played for Vipers SC, and captained Onduparaka FC.
For Tito, he has joined the Kenyan side as a free agent after parting ways with Iranian topflight side Paykan FC at the end of last season.
Unlike Toha, Okello has ever played in the Kenya Premier League before, for champions Gor Mahia, for two seasons from 2020-2022. He scored eighteen goals for the green army.
Like his compatriot, Okello has also previously played for Vipers, besides SC Villa, BUL, and KCCA in Uganda. The striker also played for African Lyon and Mbeya City in Tanzania.