- Otia Nestor Ombaka has joined ISOHSA on a two-year contract
- He was part of the 2019 Cameroon U-17 team that won the Africa Cup of Nations in Tanzania
- The move secures his return to Elite football in Cameroon after stints in Spain and with Best Stars Academy
Newly-promoted MTN Elite Two championship side, Isle of Hope Sports Academy (ISOHSA) of Limbe have completed the signing of experienced Cameroonian midfielder Otia Nestor Ombaka on a two-year contract, kick442.com can officially report.
The Limbe-based club completed formalities to sign the former Cameroon U-17 international this week after agreeing terms with his boyhood club Best Stars Academy where he spent last season after returning from a short spell in Spain.
Personal terms have been reached for Otia to join as a free agent be amongst the highest earners at the club, achieving the FECAFOOT stipulated minimum earning plus match bonuses among others.
Upon agreement of the deal, the box-to-box midfielder has been training with the club since he was scouted by their recruitment team in the build up to the current season.
The move means Otia, who previously played for Union Sportive of Douala will make his return to Elite football when the new season resumes later this month or so.
Otia, 20 and mentored Mbock Maput is expected to provide healthy competition for the likes of Ashu Brice Tabi, Michael Wirikom, Ivan Yatchet amongst others when the new season gets underway.
ISOHSA awaits Friday’s draw to determine their opponents for the coming season while hoping Otia and mate hit the ground running to achieve a groundbreaking season under coach Nlend Ayme.
The 2023 Interpools champions have made a number of significant additions to their coaching and players staff in order to better themselves ahead of the new season.
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