Nenkavu pens two-year contract with Zambian side

19 Nov 2018 17:30pm
WINDHOEK, 19 NOV (NAMPA) – Former Tigers Football Club and Brave Warriors winger-cum-striker, Benjamin Nenkavu has signed a two-year deal with Zambian side Buildcon FC.
This was confirmed by Nenkavu’s manager, Escher Luanda, in an interview with Nampa on Monday.
“The player has been keen on going professional for some time now and that dream came through this morning. He initially went to Zanaco FC for trials but did not sign as their requirements were a bit different,” Luanda said.
He added that Buildcon did not hesitate to sign the player as they had been tracking him for some time.
Nenkavu flew to Zambia on Sunday and signed the contract on Monday and was expected to fly back the same day.
Luanda did not reveal the details of the deal, saying he was responsible for facilitating the deal from Namibia, hence he is not privy to the details.
Speaking to Nampa from Zambia, Nankavu confirmed he had signed a two-year contract but did not provide more details about the agreement.
“I need to be on the same vision with the team and I am looking forward to helping the club win more trophies and to qualify for CAF. I will be joining my teammates for preseason in December since the league will resume in January,” he added.
Buildcon FC was founded in 2012 and were promoted to the Zambian Premier League in 2017 after winning the Division One.
They finished eighth in the recently concluded 2018 season.
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