The Danish club has been looking for a prolific striker that has seen them struggled in the top flight of Danish football and the opportunity to add the 24 years old forward in their fold was quickly taken.
The striker who last played for FC Sheriff in Moldova said: "I'm happy and can't wait to meet my new teammates. I have previously played in Sweden, so I know a little about Scandinavian football," he told the club's website.
"I am a hard working teamplayer, and I am really looking forward to helping us stay in the Super League," Kamara noted.
The Allsvenskan winner since departing Swedish side Norrkoping has had spells with Johor Darul Takzim (loan), D.C. United, Richmond Kickers (loan), Al-Taawoun and Sheriff Tiraspol, where he won
“Kamara is a really talented attacker who has previously proven that he can score goals. He has his forces in his timing in in-depth, his work in the field, and then he has a good main game despite his height," Sports director explained.
Kamara is the second Sierra Leonean striker to join the club, Christian Moses played for the club and scored nine goals in nineteen appearances before leaving to join Viborg FF.