The team has also released Niger’s professional, Issoufou Boubacar.
Information from impeccable sources revealed Twite signed the contract on Tuesday evening, whereas Boubacar received an official letter confirming termination of his contract.Mbuyu signed the contract in the presence of Yanga’s marketing manager, Omar Kaaya.
Boubacar was informed that his failure to live up to the team’s expectations led to the termination of his contract.
Boubacar was registered by the team in December last year after a two-day trial and he has played 11 games for the Jangwani Street outfit, scoring three goals.
One of the three goals came in the 1-1 draw with Egypt’s Al Ahly in the first leg match of the second round of the CAF Champions League at the National Stadium in Dar es Salaam in April this year.
Boubacar had also featured for other outfits including Niger’s AS FAN and AS Douanes, Thailand’s Muangthong United and Phuket, and Tunisia’s Club Africain and ES Hammam-Sousse.
Twite, who was registered by Yanga four years back from Rwanda’s APR, has featured in 135 matches for Yanga and scored four goals.