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|Full name||Kwame Kizito|
|Date of birth||July 21, 1996|
|Place of birth||Anomabu, Ghana|
|2007||Golden Tulip FC|
|2009||FC Kolon Academy|
|2012–2013||Glow Lamp Soccer Academy||30||(26)|
|2014||Golden Lions Academy||32||(35)|
|2015–2017||Hearts of Oak||67||(56)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league onlyand correct as of 19:43, 4 June 2020 (UTC)|
Kwame Kizito (born 21 July 1996) is a Ghanaian footballer who plays as forward for Allsvenskan side Falkenbergs FF.
Kwame started his career with Ghanaian youth side, Golden Tulip FC. After an impressive season with the Academy, he moved to FC Kolon Academy where he was scouted by Glow Lamps Academy. Playing Professional Football was something Kwame always dream about. In 2013, Golden Lions Soccer Academy Team A signed the Ghanaian youngster where he spend one season before getting the attraction of Ghana Premier League club Accra Hearts of Oak Sporting Club.
Kwame was born at Anomabo, a town located in the Central Region of Ghana. He was born unto to union of Mr. and Mrs. Kizito (both parents are all Ghanaian citizens.
Kwame played the following matches and scored the number of goals listed below:
|Glow Lamp Soccer Academy||30||6|
|Golden Lions Academy||32||3|
|Accra Hearts of Oak Sporting Club||30||8|
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