WAKISO – Big League Money Bags, Wakiso Giants have completed the signing of Norman Ojik from StarTimes Uganda Premier League side Police FC.
The striker who has been on Wakiso’s watch list for a while is believed to have signed a three year deal at the Purple Sharks which will see him at the club until 2022.
Ojik is expected to improve Wakiso’s goal scoring totals despite struggling at Police especially this season.
Last season, ojik scored 6 goals for the Cops but had managed only two this campaign and as a consequence, spent most of his time coming off the bench.
Wakiso head coach Ibrahim Kirya, however believes Ojik is a fine acquisition who will make Wakiso stronger.
“He is one of the promising forwards and he brings with him experience, ambition and qualities that make the team stronger, said Kirya after Ojik’s signing.
Wakiso is attempting to reach the StarTimes Uganda Premier League at the first time of asking after buying off Kamuli Park last year.
After signing for Wakiso, Ojik was quick to underline his targets;
“It is a great opportunity for me to show my capabilities, I am here to score goals and help the club gain promotion to the premier league, said the former Soana striker.
Ojik joins Wakiso Giants at a time they released a couple of players to Entebbe Football Club as Eddie Mubiru, Jimmy Lule, goalkeeper Robert Ssaka among others.
Wakiso Giants host Lira’s Amuka Bright Stars at the Kyabazinga Stadium, Jinja on Thursday, 30th January 2019 in the first game of the second round.