The 2015 joint top goal scorer with 14 goals and the player of the season arrived in the country on Sunday from South Africa after undergoing trials at Bloemfontein Celtic with a message of hope to all Big Bullets fans that he will be staying put.
Rumors were circulating in town that rivals Mighty Wanderers were chasing for his signature but the forward vehemently disassociated himself from the Lali Luban side.
Msowoya’s manager Billy Tewesa who is also Bullets’ technical director told reporters at Chileka International Airport that his client would never quit the league champions for Nomads.
“It’s just a mere dream for them to think that Chiukepo can join them. They were laughing at him when he arrived at Bullets saying his playing days were over but all of sudden, they are busy chasing for his signature.”
“He will play for Bullets before leaving for South Africa again in July where he is expected to join Celtic after signing a pre-contract with them,” he said.
The forward was very instrumental for the peoples team during their title defence in the 2015 Super League season from which he scored vital goals.