The 28-year-old Frenchman arrived on the Irish League scene in 2015 when he signed for Cliftonville before moving on loan to Larne.
Keke then spent two seasons at Ards, initially joining under now ‘Gers boss Niall Currie and has previously played alongside the likes of Aaron Hogg, Chris Rodgers and Kyle Cherry.
Having bolstered his attacking options, Niall Currie commented,
“Obviously, we have been trying very hard to add to our last third of the pitch. We have been in discussions with Keke for a few weeks, so we are delighted that he is returning to Northern Ireland and will be a Carrick Rangers player. He is ready to go having been playing in France, and I of course worked with him at Ards where he had a fantastic spell. He is in his prime now and I know that he will have a fantastic impact on our squad and add that competition which we desperately need.”
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