Be Forward Wanderers have completed signing of their former midfielder Joseph Kamwendo and he was unveiled on Thursday at their Lali Lubani Road Club house in Blantyre.
Present during the signing ceremony was the clubs general secretary Mike Butao.
Butao told Nyasa Times that they were impressed with his services and the club did not hesitate to re-sign him.
But he did not divulge more information on the period of his contract.
“We are pleased to announce that Wanderers has signed Joseph Kamwendo . We are happy and impressed with his services,” said Butao.
Butao said Kamwendo has developed into a much better player and that his experience will be vital in their pursuit for the league title.
On his remarks, the Flames vastly experienced midfielder said he was delighted to be back at Wanderers and described it as his home.
“Wanderers is a big club and l am happy to be part of this family. I was warmly welcomed by the fans, fellow players and the technical panel. I hope l can use my experience in helping the club to fulfill its ambition,” said Kamwendo.
“I will give my best to help the team,” he added.
Wanderers assistant coach Elijah Kananji described Kamwendo as one of the skilful and experienced players in the country.
“He is a good player and looking forward to work with him. His passes are perfect and he is also a hard worker,” said Kananji.
Apart from welcoming back Kamwendo, the Nomads also managed to complete the return of Harry Nyirenda, Foster Namwera and Richard Chipuwa.