Ingwe explained the need to keep stars who have been regular members of the FKF Premier League first team
The three have each signed a two-year deal with the home giants in a bid to tie up the players they hope will play crucial roles, especially in the 2020/21 season.
“The defender [Kamura] who joined Leopards in 2017 and was a key member of the team that lifted the FKF 2017 Shield cup, will be key once the Leopards make a title charge this season, ” AFC Leopards announced.
Owiti, who joined Ingwe in 2017, highlighted the reasons that led him to quickly sign the AFC Leopards agreement without further delay.
“I feel great to be part of the team again,” said the forward on contract renewal. “The AFC Leopards have always been my home, which made the decision to renew my contract easier.
“My goal is to give the best of myself and help the team win the league title and other cups.”
Owiti has also promised fans good times ahead even as they continue to support the team away from the pitch.
“To the fans, thank you for your continued support and I hope this season you will support us even more despite your absence from the stadium. [due to Covid-19],” he added.
“We hope to put a smile on our fans with a title this season.”
Mainge, who returned from testing with Slovakian team FK Pohronie, is among the players the AFC Leopards deem important enough to help them achieve their short and long term goals.
“[Yusuf] Mainge has signed a new contract which allows him to extend his stay at AFC Leopards, ”the club said.
“The right-back has signed a new deal that keeps him at AFC Leopards for two more seasons that end the 2021/2022 season. Mainge joined Leopards in 2018 and has continued his development to become a formidable defender for the club.
Kamura, Owiti and Mainge have been regularly involved in the season and are expected to play key roles as the Nairobi club try to bring back the winning magic after two consecutive losses at Western Stima and Wazito.