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Kelvin Mubanga says he’s committed to Power Dynamos

Sports Kelvin Mubanga says he's committed to Power Dynamos

Midfielder Kelvin Mubanga is happy with the reception he has been accorded at Power Dynamos after his failed attempt to rejoin Nkana in the July mid-season transfer window.

Mubanga last month trained at Nkana for several days without permission before the proposed move to Wusakile failed.

The winger said he has moved on.

“Everything is going on well. The fans, executive and my team mates have received me back well,” Mubanga said.

“I am starting to enjoy my football here. I am pushing very hard to be where I was before I made a short visit to Nkana,” he said.

Mubanga left Nkana in January, 2015 to join Power after spending three years with the three-time champions.

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