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Miheso completes move to Zambia’s top tier club

Kenyan international forward Clifton Miheso has joined top flight Zambian club Buildicon on a  year long deal.

As exclusively reported by Nairobi News on Wednesday, the 24 year old, who left for Zambia earlier this week, completed the move after a month in the cold, following the abrupt termination of his contract with top flight South African club Golden Arrows.

“It is a done deal. I am happy because it is back to playing football which is the only thing I love,” Miheso said after putting pen to paper.


Miheso, who is a skillful left winger, has in the past turned out for AFC Leopards and Sofapaka in the Kenyan Premier League.

He joins Uganda international Isaac Isinde at the Ndola based club, and is set to compete against three Kenyan internationals Jesse Were, Anthony Akumu and David “Calabar” Owino, who ply their trade for crosstown rivals Zesco United.

Miheso’s deal, which is estimated to be worth Sh3 million, is said to include a clause that allows him to leave if a club from Europe or North Africa comes in for him.