The 29-year-old Ghanaian forward, has sealed a move to Libyan Premier League side Al Suqur.
He completed the deal after a successful negotiations with the club.
Stephen Kwame Sey joined the Libyans side on a free transfer on Friday after leaving Tanzanian club Dodoma Jiji .
Sey has vast experience in the African continent having had a spell in Tanzania and Egypt.
He’s previously featured for Singida, Namungo and Dodoma Jiji al in Tanzania and had a brief spell with Eastern Company in Egypt.
He played for second-tier club Tudu Mighty Jets in Accra before leaving the shores of Ghana to continue his career in Tanzania.
Sey becomes the second Ghanaian player to join the Libyan club after former Accra Lions midfielder Abdul Rashid Abubakar.
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