Former Flying Eagles attacker, Bernard Bulbwa has become the latest Nigerian player to seal a deal in Morocco, following his unveiling by the top flight Botola Pro side, Mouloudia Club Oujda.
Bulbwa is the third Nigerian player to join Mouloudia Oujda this summer, following Orji Okagbue and Emeka Ogbugh, but the club did not disclose details of the terms in his contract.
Bulbwa also arrives in Morocco after earlier deals for Michael Babatunde, Ikechukwu Gabriel and a host of others, as footballlive.ng learnt he sealed a deal that was completed before the close of the Moroccan summer transfer window on September 19.
The 21-year-old product of Ikorodu, Lagos-based Emmanuel Amuneke Football Academy scored the winning goal for the Flying Eagles in the 2015 Africa U20 Cup of Nations final against Senegal.
The winger-cum-striker, who moves to Oujda from Esperance of Tunisia, where he spent three years, had previously been linked with the England duo of Manchester City and Stoke City.