Accra Hearts of Oak have announced the signing of Nigerien International Abdourahamane Mamane Lawali on a two-year deal. The midfielder, 23, arrived in the country a couple of days ago and penned a contract with the Ghanaian giants. Lawal joins the Phobains from Sudanese Club Al-Merrikh. He becomes the second Nigerien star in the Ghana Premier League after Inter Allies forward Victorien Adebayor. “Hearts of Oak is delighted to announce the signing of Niger Flag of Niger national team player, Abdourahamane Mamane Lawali. The defensive midfielder has signed a 2-year contract with us,” the Club announced. 📸 | @HeartsOfOakGH is delighted to announce the signing of Niger 🇳🇪 national team player, Abdourahamane Mamane Lawali. The defensive midfielder has signed a 2-year contract with us. #WeclomeMamane 🔴💛🔵#AHOSC pic.twitter.com/4ylESrRYVn — Phobians (@HeartsOfOakGH) March 26, 2020 The former AS Douanes and JS Tahoua midfielder will be in action for Hearts of Oak when the League returns. Below is the video highlights of the Nigerien international who was recommended to the Phobians by Inter Allies star Adebayor.