AFC Leopards captain Robinson Kamura has hinted at a future a way from the club with a cryptic message on Facebook.

The 26 year old defender, shared a picture of himself in the team colors with the caption ‘No one likes goodbyes’ raising speculation that he could be on his way out of the den.

Kamura’s contract ends this month meaning he could end up leaving Ingwe for free.


There has been speculation that Kamura, who started and scored the first goal in Ingwe’s 2-1 victory against Tusker, is a serious target for Zambian clubs.

Last month, the former Jamhuri high school student, denied these reports assuring Ingwe fans that he will be at the club this season.

“I want to tell Ingwe fans that I am still here and I’m not going anywhere. Those are just rumours simply because my contract is expiring in December and now that I am the club captain they know that when they write that it will be read by many people,” claimed  Kamura.

The Zambian allure

The Zambia Super League has become a huge attraction for Kenyan players in recent times. Currently, more than 10 Kenyan players ply their trade at top Zambian sides.

Striker Jesse Jackson Were has enjoyed huge success in since moving to ZESCO United, where he is the club’s all time top scorer. His move opened doors for David Calabar Owino and Teddy Akumu (now at Kaizer Chiefs). The league has welcomed in more Kenyan players since then.

Johnmark Makwatta (ZESCO), Ian Otieno (ZESCO), Musa Mohammed (Nkana), Duke Abuya (Nkana) and Timothy Otieno (Napsa) are some of the Kenyan players currently in Zambia.

Last month, Ingwe announced the return of former captain Duncan Otieno, who had moved to Zambian side Nkana FC in 2018. However, Otieno was later announced as a Lusaka Dynamoes player days later.

It is only a matter of time before Kamura ditches Ingwe for Zambia. In fact, it could already be happening.