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Kenyan Premier League club AFC Leopards have completed the signing of Burundian holding midfielder Tresor Ndikumana from Rwandan side, Amagajju FC .

Ndikumana was apparently signed following the recommendation of Ingwe head coach Andre Casa Mbungo who worked with him in the Rwandan Premier League.

With Ezekiel Seda having retired from professional football following a knee injury, Ndikumana is expected to fill the void left by the now Kariobangi Sharks assistant coach.

Born on 25th April 1998, Trésor Ndikumana made his senior international debut in a 7–0 friendly victory over Djibouti, scoring two goals.

The Burundi international defensive-minded midfielder scored 10 times for Amagajju FC in the Rwandan league in the just-concluded season.

Formerly at LLB Academic in his home country, he has also impressed Rwandan giants Rayon Sports and Tanzania’s mid-table club Mtibwa Sugar.