By Ojeikere Aikhoje
Former Vital'O midfielder, Stiv Nzigamasobo (pictured), has entered the history books as the first East African to play in Nigeria's Glo Premier League after sealing a deal with six-time Nigerian champions, Enugu Rangers.
Nzigamasobo came off the bench when Rangers played Nembe City on Matchday 22 in Enugu. Rangers won 2 – 0 on the day.
"I'm happy to play in Nigeria with Enugu Rangers. It's a big team with good players," the midfielder said to supersport.com.
Rangers gaffer, Okey Emordi, told supersport.com that Nzigamasobo was brilliant in their two-legged encounter in the Caf Champions League.
The Burundian becomes the third foreigner at Enugu side which already have Senegalese central defenders, Pierre Coly and Pape Ousmane Sane.