South African giants Orlando Pirates have announced the signing of Olisa Ndah from NPFL champions Akwa United on a three-year contract, Completesports reports.
The Buccaneers announced Ndah’s signing alongside the acquisition of Kwame Peprah from King Faisal FC in Ghana.
A statement from Orlando Pirates read:”Orlando Pirates Football Club is pleased to announce the signing of two players – Olisa Ndah, who joins from newly crowned Nigerian Premier League champions Akwa United and Kwame Peprah from King Faisal Football Club in Ghana.
“Olisa Ndah is a 23-year-old defender who joins the Mighty Buccaneers having formed part of an Akwa United squad that lifted its maiden Nigerian Premier League title last season. The towering central defender was widely regarded as one of the finest players in the Nigerian Premier League last season.
“Peprah on the hand, is a striker who joins having had a stellar individual season for the Babes, as the club is affectionately known. The Ghanaian produced a goal tally return of 12 goals and 10 assists in his 29 appearances for his club this past season.
“Both players have signed three-year deals.”
Speaking about the signings, Orlando Pirates’ administrator Floyd Mbele said: “We are proud to announce the signings of Olisa and Kwame. I would like to personally thank both Akwa United and King Faisal Football Club for the professional manner that they handled these transactions.”
By James Agberebi