Harambee Stars and Gor Mahia midfielder Kenneth Muguna has penned an emotional farewell to the club’s fans ahead of his impending switch to Tanzanian Premier League side, Azam FC.
Through his Twitter account on Tuesday, July 20, the 25-year-old thanked the club for giving him the opportunity to turn out for them.
“When I arrived at this great club, I was just a young man with dreams of representing the biggest club in the country. I didn’t expect things to go as well as they did, but you (Gor Mahia’s fans) made it a lot easier for me and not to forget the high level of players with so much quality, who were always there to support and make me feel comfortable,” Muguna wrote.
Muguna also reflected on the glittering career he had during his two tenures with the ‘Green Commandos.
“Looking at what I have achieved at the club is so satisfying. I was lucky enough to play under great coaches and great management as well. Thanks to the chairman and the whole management for their effort in renewing my contract, though I felt like I needed a new challenge. Thanks for the years we spent together and I hope that we enjoy the remaining matches.”
Muguna joined Gor Mahia in 2015 Gor before switching to Albanian side FK Tirana. However, due to personal reasons, Muguna only lasted at the club for a year before rejoining Gor in 2018.
According to Gor Mahia, Azam has already paid KSh1.6 million as a sign-on fee and cleared the midfielder’s CAF fine on his head after an incident in Zambia during the CAF Confederation match against NAPSA on February 21, 2021, at Heroes Stadium.
He will join Tanzanian side Azam FC on a two-year contract.