By Ahimbisibwe Ambrose
Sports Writer, kick442.com Uganda
Ugandan defender Enock Walusimbi completed a move to Scottish League One side Peterhead FC after the club, yesterday evening announced him via their social media.
The versatile defender joins the Blue Toons one year ahead of his new adventure in Scotland.
Peterhead explained how it was a hurdle after almost 4 weeks of trying to contract Enock and it needed the patience to tie up the Ugandan international.
The Aberdeenshire-based club believes Enock is one piece in rebuilding Jigsaw currently being managed by Coach Jim Mclnally.
The 23-year-old has played for the national team 4 caps, captain of the U23 side and in his two years at his former club (Express FC), he guided them to League and Cecafa Kagame Cup Triumph.
Walusimbi who, once had trials with Sadat Anaku at Dundee United now becomes the latest Ugandan International to play in Scotland.
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