Ghanaian attacker Augustine Okrah has joined Simba SC from Bechem United.
The Tanzanian giants reached an agreement with the Ghanaian club about a month ago for the experienced winger, according to Ghanasoccernet.
After passing his medical examination and agreeing on all personal terms a few weeks ago, Okrah signed a two-year contract with the Lions of Msimbazi.
Okrah parted ways with Kotoko and rejoined Bechem at the start of the 2021-22 season. With 14 goals, he helped the club finish in the top four and advance to the MTN FA Cup final.
In his first stint, he won the Ghana Premier League golden boot with 16 goals.
Okrah later went on loan to Swedish side BK Hacken before joining Sudanese giants Al Merreikh the following year.
The 28-year-old crossed the carpet to join rivals Al Hilal Omdurman after a season.
He has also played for Indian club NorthEast United and Egyptian club Smouha SC.