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Bokota joins Musanze FC for undisclosed fee

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Former Amavubi, Rayon Sports and APR striker Bokota Labama Kamana has transferred back to Rwanda joining Musanze FC from Uganda Revenue Authority.

The sensational centre forward is reportedly to have signed a one year deal with the Northern Province based club.

Aged 32, Bokota joined the Tax Collectors at the start of last season  according to reports from Ugandan Kawowo Sports  which has wrote that his contract still has a couple of months running on his deal.

Bokota, who has played for URA in the Mapinduzi Cup but later featured for Musanze in a 1-0 defeat to Kiyovu in a warm up game on Friday.

The Kinshasa born forward was naturalized Rwandan football player after spending a season with Rayon, won a number of some accolades including SMS Media footballer of the year award during his firsts tint with Rayon.

However he received a one-year ban from the Fédération Rwandaise de Football Association in 2009, and he moved to DR Congo to play for local sides FC Les Stars and DC Motema Pembe.

In August 2011, he signed a two-year contract with Rayon Sport, beginning a second stint with the Rwandan club.

On 8 August 2012, Amavubi striker joined Kiyovu Sports on a one-year deal before leaving the small country that had decided to released all naturalized players from national team.

Musanze FC is currently 14th on the Rwanda national league table; out of eight games played the club has nine points, two wins, three draws and defeats.

 

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