Nigerian player Babatunde Adeboye, who was officially unveiled at Be Forward Wanderers on in front of supporters and some officials at Kamuzu Stadium in Blantyre on Tuesday has been handed number 33 jersey.
Babatunde, who was with Masters Security until his contract expired in December spoke a few words, saying it is “a dream to be here at Wanderers” before walking onto the pitch in his new number 33 shirt to show his skills.
The midfielder also hailed Wanderers fans, players and officials for a warm welcome and described Malawi as a beautiful country with humble people.
Be Forward Wanderers team manager Steve Madeira said they were impressed with Babatunde performance and wished him the best the time he will be at Lali-Lubani Road.
Madeira, said Wanderers is geared for the League and cups.
“We are trying our best to beef up our squad because all we want is to win the League and all the cups this season,” said Madeira.
Babatunde is not the first Nigerian player to play for Wanderers, as previously Amos Bello also played for the club.
Wanderers are trying to beef up their striking force following the departure of Jaffali Chande.
They will also miss the services of two of their realible players in Joseph Kamwendo and Yamikani Chester who have clinched deals outside Malawi.