The club's chief administrative officer Albert Chigoga confirmed the development saying they agreed terms with the second-tier outfit and the midfielder is expected to leave the country on Friday 12th February 2021, to join his new club..
Mkwate, who turns 23 in May, will embark on a fresh chapter of his career in RSA after agreeing on terms and signing a two-and-a-half-year deal with the National First Division side.
Chigoga said the move underlines that the peoples' team players have the potential to attract international clubs.
The 23-year-old becomes the fourth player from Bullets to attract international outfits in the past two years following moves by defender Charles Petro and midfielder Peter Banda both to Moldovan top-flight side FC Sherif and Precious Sambani currently undergoing trials at South African's Golden Arrows.
Mkwate joined the People’s Team from Wizards FC in 2016 and guided them to two league titles in 2018 and 2019 as well as the Carlsberg Cup in 2017.