His previous contract at Tusker where he served as a captain (replaced Duncan Ochieng) had come to an end in June 2021.
The club officially unveiled the workaholic holding midfielder via their official Facebook page
‘’Kabwe Warriors Football Club is pleased to announce the signing of Ugandan Midfielder Hashim Sempala. He has joined Kabwe Warriors from Kenya Side Tusker FC and has signed a two-year deal,’’ Kabwe Warriors Football Club said in a statement.
Hashim Sempala said the switch to Zambia will help him in his career development. He owed this to the fact that they will be playing on the continent in the CAF Confederation Cup.
‘’It is a pleasure for me to have another platform and play for a team like Kabwe Warriors which is playing CAF Confederation Cup. It remains every player’s dream to play Continental Football because it’s another stepping stone for my career. I hope to have success at this great club as I did in Kenya,’’ Sempala said.
The Mass Communication diploma holder has previously featured for two of Uganda’s traditional clubs KCCA and Express.
He also had a brief spell at Uganda Revenue Authority (URA) before he changed allegiance to Jinja-based BUL.
Sempala joins another Ugandan left-back, Shafik Batambuze and previously, the club was home to goalkeeper Benjamin Ochan.
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