Keke, 28, joined the ‘Gers at the start of the season and made 21 appearances in all competitions, scoring three goals.
The French striker helped Niall Currie’s side to where they are now in the opening half of the season, often leading the line in attack.
Speaking on the forward’s departure, Niall Currie said,
“We would like to wish big Keke all the very best; no one is as disappointed as me that things haven’t worked out. As the big man would say himself, it’s football. He is a great lad and we send our love to him and his beautiful family.”
Best of luck in your next chapter, Keke! #AmberArmy