Uganda Cranes keeper goalkeeper, Benjamin Ochan has joined Kenyan Premier League side, AFC Leopards on a one-year deal, Opera News can confirm.
Ochan moves to AFC Leopards as a free agent after his contract with Zambian side Kabwe Warriors whom he joined in 2018 from Ugandan champions, KCCA was terminated on mutual consent.
He failed to nail his place at Kabwe Warriors and he now moves to the den where he is expected to fill the void left by Rwandese keeper Erick Ndayishimiye who was axed by the club after a disastrous 2018/19 Kenyan Premier League campaign.
The 29-year old custodian began his career with Entebbe Young FC before moving to Danish side Aarhus in 2007. He stayed with the club for a season but after failing to establish himself in the team he left and returned to Uganda where he joined KCCA.
He lasted at the capital-based side for two years before he left the country for South African side Bloemfontein Celtic. His stay in South Africa was equally unsuccessful and after a season he returned home joining Sports Club Villa. He later had a short stint with Sports Club Victoria University before returning to KCCA in 2015 where he lasted until 2018 when he departed for Zambia
Goalkeeping was once of Leopards’ main undoings last season with all the three keepers (Ndayishimiye, Jairus Adira and Ezekiel Owade all making high-profile errors in matches.
Ochan becomes Ingwe’s third signing this window after the arrival of Burundian Tresor Ndikumana and Nzoia Sugar forward, Hansel Ochieng.