The short March/April Kenyan Premier League (KPL) transfer window shut on the night of Monday 8 April with a lot of teams deciding not to dip too much in bringing a chunk of new faces to their team.
Of the most active teams were AFC Leopards, Tusker FC, Chemelil Sugar and Mount Kenya United; the former three adding seven new players to their ranks with the latter shipping in eight.
Only two teams did not add any faces in their team. The two were Mathare United and newbies KCB FC. Mathare, however, lost young striker Ahmed Ahmad to Bandari FC with KCB having to part ways with Shami Kibwana who joined AFC Leopards.
Gor Mahia just like Zoo Kericho only added one player each; Mahia taking in Tusker FC captain Hashim Sempala with Zoo raiding neighbours Chemelil Sugar FC for striker Dominic Kiprono.
Newbies Western Stima added six players to their ranks with the same number being replicated by relegation-threatened Posta Rangers.
After leaving Ulinzi Stars last month, winger Elijah Mwanzia was confirmed at Vihiga United with Ulinzi Stars recalling Oscar Wamalwa, Justin Kerongo and Vincent Ochieng from military duties.
In their element, KariobangI Sharks once again went for youngsters with Kakamega High School and Harambee Stars U17 striker Kevington Machika heading the list. The Gor Mahia Youth product is joined by school mate Maxwell Mulili who is a goalkeeper and Nicholas Omondi from National Super League side Nicholas Omondi.
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