The duo has been training with Posta for the last few days and club Chairman John Tonui has revealed that the club is almost through with their signing. They will become the club’s fifth and sixth signings respectively following the arrival of Farouk Shikalo from Muhoroni Youth FC, Luke Ochieng from Gor Mahia, Rodgers Ochieng from Ushuru FC and Joseph Kuria from Ulinzi.
-Ndinya and Kibiru are training with us now, talks are still in going but I can confirm we are almost through. These are two good young players who the coach feels will help the team a great deal, they will be here for long, Tonui told Futaa.com.
Kibiru, a midfielder joined Bandari from Modern Coast Rangers in June 2016 and walked into Bandari's starting XI capping his maiden half season in Kenya's top tier with some man of the match performances, Posta has now decided to snap the younger from Paul Nkata coached Dockers.
Ndinya has been in Bandari's books for the last three seasons, he joined the Dockers from Pako Juniors FC in January 2014. He was initially a starter in the team but 2016 was a difficult one for the speedy winger as he had to settle for place on the bench or the terraces.
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