Division one league side Kenya Navy has confirmed the signing of four new players in the mid-transfer window.
Former FC Shells and Omax attacker Hussein Nassoro has joined the sailors.
The Likoni-born forward has already featured two times with the club against Kibra United and Kibera soccer respectively.
Mike Muliro is another addition. The coastal hero’s midfielder has completed a loan move and will play for the division one league side for a period of six months.
Another signing boost made by the sailors is the former U17 Kenya international defender Hamis Boki who joined one month ago and has already played four matches.
Hamso can also play as a goalkeeper and any other position on the attacking side.
The final signing confirmed by Kenya Navy is Tatu City winger Diflex Omondi. The winger completed his personal terms with sailors on Monday and will be part of the squad next weekend.
Kenya navy who lost their previous game 2-1 against Kibera Soccer, are placed 12th in the table of 20 teams after 14 rounds.
Elsewhere, Omax’s 21-year-old Mohammed Kazungu has joined KPL side Poster Rangers. Kazungu who spent four months with Omax has completed the move after successful trials having been spotted during a league match against Mariakani.