Former Wanderers, Bullets player Muhammad Sulumba joins Kuwait side Sulaibikhat in a lucrative deal

By McLloyd Kudzingo

Former Mighty Mukuru Wanderers and Nyasa Big Bullets forward Muhamad Sulumba has signed a two-year deal with Kuwait side Sulaibikhat Sporting Club and has since been chosen the team’s Vice Captain.

Sulumba signed by Kuwait team

Sulumba who was plying his trade in Bahrain, has signed the deal on Thursday which includes K5 million signing on fee, K5 million image rights, K4 million salary and he has also been given a car by the club.

Sulaibikhat Sporting Club plays in the Kuwait Division One and aims to get a promotion into the elite league this season as it kicks off on August 31.

Sulumba was offloaded at Mighty Mukuru Wanderers despite scoring many goals (15) than any other player at the club during last year’s TNM Super League season.

The 29-year old then joined Al-Muharraq SC in Bahrain where he has been enjoying a good run of form until he joined Sulaibikhat on Thursday.