AFC Leopards signs Mwendwa, team to camp in Rift ahead of new season


Twelve-time Kenyan Premier League champions AFC Leopards have signed winger Harrison Mwendwa from Kariobangi Sharks on a two-year contract.

The former Mathare United player is part of the 24-member squad that left Monday, October 19th for pre-season training camp in Rift Valley.

Harrison Mwendwa expressed his joy of joining Kenya’s second most successful club saying:

“I am thrilled to be joining AFC Leopards. This is a great step in my career and I’m looking forward to joining the rest of the team and kick off this season’s campaign. I’m keen to get started and make my contribution to the team’s efforts to win more trophies’’.

“AFC Leopards is a great club with massive support and great management’’, he added.

Meanwhile, the team set off for a 12 day camp in Rift valley.

Ingwe is expected to face Shabana FC  at Gusii Stadium  Tuesday, October 20th in an exhibition match to mark ‘Mashujaa Day’ celebrations.

After their Kisii Stop, the five-time CECAFA club cup winners will head to Elgeyo- Marakwet for a 10 day stay in Iten.

AFC will use the tour to shape up for the impending 2020/21 Kenyan Premier League season where they are planned to face Western Stima on November 20th at home.

AFC Leopards team pose for a picture Monday, October 19th 2020 before departing for their Rift Valley Tour. The team recently signed a sponsorship deal with Galana Oil.

AFC LEOPARDS travelling Team


  1. Benjamin Ochan
  2. Ezekiel Owade
  3. Maxwell Mulili


  1. Robinson Kamura
  2. Robert Mudenyu
  3. Collins Shichenje
  4. Washington Munene
  5. Isaac Kipyegon
  6. Lewis Bandi
  7. Collins Shivachi
  8. Yusuf Mainge
  9. Omar Somobwana



  1. Senaji Clyde
  2. Eugene Mukangula
  3. Daniel Musamali
  4. Marvin Nabwire
  5. Austin Otieno
  6. Said Tsuma
  7. Saad Musa



  1. Hansel Ochieng
  2. Jeffery Owiti
  3. Elvis Rupia
  4. Harrison Mwendwa



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