Nigeria defender Olisa Ndah has joined Premier Soccer League side Orlando Pirates after leaving Akwa United.
Ndah, 23, has signed a three-year contract with the South African club after impressing on trial.
Capped twice by Nigeria, the defender helped Akwa United seal their first-ever Nigerian top-flight title this month.
He moves to the Orlando Stadium alongside Ghanaian forward Kwame Peprah.
Peprah, 20, joins the Soweto club from Ghanaian club King Faisal Football Club.
Confirming the signings, Pirates club administrator, Floyd Mbele, said: “We are proud to announce the signings of Olisah 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.”
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