The Buccaneers have allowed their new striker to return to Ghana to prepare before he starts his new life in South Africa
Orlando Pirates have allowed new striker Kwame Peprah to return to Ghana after sealing his move from King Faisal.
The 20-year-old signed a reported three-year deal last week after passing the mandatory medical but he was spotted in Kumasi on Thursday.
Further checks on why he is in Ghana revealed that Peprah was given one week to go back to Ghana to prepare himself both mentally and spiritually before he starts his new life in South Africa.
Peprah, who scored 12 goals and provided 10 assists last season in Ghana Premier League is expected to leave Kumasi this weekend to start his new life.
The former Barekese Senior High School graduate was sold to Pirates around $150,000 by King Faisal with add ons as confirmed by club president Alhaji Karim Gruzah.