Midfielder Duke Abuya has been handed a two year deal by Zambia Super League side Nkana FC Futaa sources in Zambia can reveal.
The player joins Nkana as a free agent after leaving Kenyan Premier League side Kariobangi Sharks at the start of the year.
Abuya started training with the club last week and his impressive outing allowed Nkana him to join other Kenyans in Duncan Otieno, Harun Shakava and Musa Mohammed in the team.
The player has been one of the hottest prospects in the Sharks team in the past two seasons and has constantly been linked with a move away from the club. Last year, it was reported that he had agreed to join Tanzania giants Yanga only for the deal to fall through.
Apart from Yanga, Kenyan Premier League giants Gor Mahia were interested in his services but a deal could not be reached between the two clubs.
Abuya has risen through the ranks of the Kenyan football where his journey is traced to GFC 105 who he featured for in the Nationwide Zone B (Currently Division One). He was to move to Mathare United in 2015 before crossing over to Sharks in 2017.
On the international scene, Abuya made his debut in Harambee Stars 0-1 loss at the hands of Mozambique in a friendly last October.