Kabwafu FC goalkeeper Charles Sikwewa has reversed his decision to quit the team and will stay put at the Mzimba-based side.
Sikwewa, who rose to stardom while doing his Form Two at Royal Private School in Mzuzu in the early 2000, has served Super League teams such as Dwasco, Mighty Wanderers, Civo United, Eagle Strikers, Red Lions, Moyale Barracks and Embangweni.
He was recently approached by Blantyre United and Mzuzu’s Super Eagles FC, but Sikwewa has snubbed the offers.
Super Eagles are leading the Simama Premier League and are on the verge of promotion into the Super League.
In an interview on Tuesday, the 28-year-old player told The Nation that he has just been employed at Kabwafu as forestry supervisor and would like to settle down.
Said Sikwewa: “ I think I am aging now and I have to think about my future.”
Kabwafu manager Starvens Zgambo confirmed in an interview recently that every player was given a permanent job.