Striker Patrick Henry Kaddu has affirmed that he is determined to guide Big League side Kitara FC to topflight promotion next season.
Kaddu joined Kitara on a one year employment contract as a free agent following the expiration of his contract at KCCA FC.
“My decision to move here was largely influenced by coach Mark Twinamasiko. His vision for the club is interesting and after we talked I did not think twice on joining Kitara. I am excited and determined to help my team regain promotion to the Uganda premier league next season.”
Kaddu has previously featured Kira Young, Maroons FC, KCCA FC, Moroccan side RS Berkane before he joined Egyptian side Ismaily SC, Youssoufia Berrechid another Moroccan side.
He will compete for a starting place with forwards Derrick Byabachwezi, Clinton Kamugisha, Edson Atugondeze and Lazaro Bwambale.
Kitara FC are under the stewardship of Mark Twinamasiko and his major target is to guide the team to the topflight division.