Embattled defender Robinson Kamura has finally parted ways with AFC Leopards after months of sitting on the fence.
In his farewell message on social media, Kamura made it known that he dearly holds the club in his heart but time to part ways was due.
“I am leaving a team I love and a team I’ll forever hold dear to my heart. I’ll never forget the moments we shared together, the end doesn’t define my stay,” he said in a Facebook post.
The former Mathare United man has been in the cold since the appointment of Patrick Aussems, including being stripped of the captaincy in favour of fellow defender Isaac Kipyegon.
The fallout with the Belgian tactician condemned Kamura to the bench and the defender says peace is paramount.
“I would have loved to stay at this beautiful club but so many things transpired and I chose peace because the club is bigger than any individual and it deserves respect,” he added.
According to Citizen Digital, has agreed to join FKF Premier League side KCB and a source close to the player and quoted by the same platform revealed that he had no future at the den and talks with several clubs ended up with him settling on KCB.
“On several occasions, he made it clear that leaving AFC Leopards was not his immediate desire but given how the environment turned out especially last season, he had no option but to leave,” a source quoted by Citizen Digital says.