Manzoki joined the Venoms on Thursday evening after receiving his International clearance from FIFA, putting pen to paper on a two-year employment contract with the Kitende based side.
“I am so happy to be here,” Manzoki told the Vipers SC website before adding, “I want to use this chance well.”
“My dream is to become an important player for Vipers and I hope I can become a starter immediately. I hope to win some trophies with my new team.
“I hope I can push my career further. My goals are that simple,” he concluded.
The agile striker who uses both feet and can drift off to the flanks to initiate moves opted for the Venoms ahead of several clubs like Olympic Beja and his signing appears to have settledd the Fahad Bayo succession quagmire after rumors linking Joel Madondo and Yunus Ssentamu as well as Burundi’s Cedriq “Titi” Mavugo to the club started circulating.
The 24-year old forward started his career started in DRC with Dauphin Noir de Goma in 2012 and joined TP Mazembe in 2016 after 5 seasons with his maiden side. He went on to find the back of net on 12 occasions in 21 Raven appearances.
In 2017, he joined rivals AS Vita Club, scoring 38 goals in 58 appearances with the Congolese side.
Manzoki becomes six addition to the Vipers team after the arrival of Joseph Dhata, David Bagoole, Ibrahim Orit, Disan Galiwango and Jamil Kaliisa.