Uganda international goalkeeper Benjamin Ochan has officially departed from Zambia Premier League side Kabwe Warriors.
According to reports, Ochan and the club came to a mutual agreement to terminate his contract with immediate effect.
Speaking in an interview with Kawowo Sports, the 29-year-old said: "Yes. I have left Zambia and I will not be playing for Kabwe Warriors.
"It has been a great time spent with them and will forever cherish the memories there. I am set for fresh challenges ahead of me."
Ochan is a graduate from the famous Entebbe Young Football Academy programme and also played at Kampala Kids League (KKL).
In 2007, he joined Danish club Aarhus Gymnastikforening but failed to make a breakthrough to the starting team after a lone season.
After yet another season, Ochan returned home and signed for Sports Club Villa in the 2011/12 season respectively.
Between 2013-2014, he featured at Sports Club Victoria University (now defunct).
Ochan re-joined Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) in 2015 for his second stint and featured for three seasons until 2018.
After he left KCCA, he signed an employment contract with Zambia Premier League club Kabwe Warriors FC.
Last season, Ochan played a number of games for the “Railmen” club that finished 7th in the top tier league.
For the Uganda national team, Uganda Cranes, Ochan has 17 caps to his name.
He has played in the CECAFA Senior Challenge Cup and as well as CHAN qualifiers and main finals.
As of this article, Ochan has signed a one-year deal with Kenyan Premier League side, AFC Leopards.
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