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The teenager, whose impressive performances have seen him feature for national team, tells the sugar millers, 'i have signed for Batoto Ba Mungu'

Kenyan forward Enock Agwanda has urged his former club Sony Sugar 'to move on' amidst reports that he walked out on a contract with the Sugar millers to sign for Sofapaka.

As earlier revealed by, Sony Sugar Chairman Christopher Odero had threatened unspecified action if the stocky forward - renown for his 'corner like' long throw ins, walked out on what the club claims is a two year contract that binds his services to the Awendo outfit until 2014.

Agwanda has however, come out to dispute the allegations against his former employers.

"My contract with Sony Sugar expired at the end of the just concluded (2012) campaign. In the light of this, I've moved to sign for Sofapaka who have been interested in my services for sometime. I am not sure what he (Christopher Odero) is talking about. I wont be intimidated, and I advise my former employers to move on."

Agwanda attracted admirers since emerging as a promising talent during the Kenyan Premier League under-19 competition held midway through the 2011 season.

His consistent performances  - when playing behind the main striker for Sony Sugar - has not only attracted the attention of Sofapaka, but a a call up to the national team, Harambee Stars.