Uganda Cranes striker Henry Patrick Kaddu has completed move to Moroccan side Renaissance Sportive Berkane (RSB). He was handed jersey number 9 and attended his first training session at the club on Tuesday
Renaissance Sportive Berkane is currently playing in the first division of Moroccan championship Botola- also known as Moroccan Premier League
Known for his monkey dance strokes, The KCCA FC striker who scored the first goal for the Uganda Cranes against DR Congo during the AFCON 2019, joins six other Uganda Crane players to find a new club since 2019 AFCON held in Egypt.
The other players who moved for greener players are; Abdul Lumala (Pyramids – Egypt), Emmanuel Okwi (Al Ittihad – Egypt), Mike Azira (Chicago Fire – USA), Taddeo Lwanga (Tanta SC – Egypt), Khalid Aucho (Misr El Mikassa – Egypt) and Hassan Wasswa (Jeddah Club – Saudi Arabia).
The KCCA FC club confirmed the transfer news in a statement: “We would like to confirm we have agreed terms with RS Berkane for the transfer of Patrick Henry Kaddu.”
The 23 year old whose goal guided Uganda to the 2019 Afcon finals qualification, becomes the third high-profile player to leave KCCA this transfer window after Timothy Awany and Allan Kyambadde who joined Ashdod FC (Israel) and El Gouna (Egypt) respectively.
Born in a family of six to Efusa Nsubuga and Hadija Nakitende, Kaddu is the fourth born and grew up in Bbiina in the heart of Luzira, a Kampala suburb. Like all his siblings, Kaddu had a troubled education, often skipping from Mukama Kyakuwa nursery school and St James primary school for fees defaulting
For his O’level he went to Kibibi Parents School in Butambala. Answar Islamic School on Gayaza road offered him a scholarship to study his A-level there, primarily because of his football promise