Rwandan outfit Police FC has secured the services of Derrick Ndahiro. The 22-year-old Uganda Cranes left-back footballer made the journey to Kigali earlier this week to finalize the deal, and the club officially introduced him on Tuesday night.
Rwanda Police, via their social media channels, made the announcement, extending a warm welcome to their newest addition. In their statement, the club said,”🇺🇬 Welcome aboard, Derrick Ndahiro! 🙌 We’re thrilled to have you join our team from URA FC in Uganda. Your talent and dedication are sure to bring a fresh wave of energy to our squad.”
🇺🇬 Welcome aboard, Derick Ndahiro! 🙌 We're thrilled to have you join our team from URA FC in Uganda. Your talent and dedication are sure to bring a fresh wave of energy to our squad.#HereToConquer pic.twitter.com/Cu6jC4ekK3
— Police Football club (@Policefc_Rwanda) September 12, 2023
Derrick Ndahiro’s switch from Uganda Premier League side URA FC to Police FC marks an exciting chapter in his career. Having previously played for URA, SC Villa, and donned the Uganda National team jersey, he brings a wealth of experience and versatility to his new club.
Currently occupying the 7th position on the league table with four points from three matches, including a win, a draw, and a loss, Police FC is gearing up for a competitive season ahead. Derrick Ndahiro’s skills and dedication are expected to play a pivotal role as the team aims for success in the Rwanda Premier League.