The player was given the go ahead to join Sofapaka on Thursday as Sony produced his release letter to enable the move.
Sony chairman Christopher Odero confirmed his club was paid Sh300, 000 to let go of a player, who has been a revelation at the sugar millers, in the last one year.
“We had wanted money to let go of our prized possession and are happy that Sofapaka gave in to our demands. We will not miss the player because we already have able replacement," Odero told Goal.com.
Sofapaka chairman Elly Kalekwa confirmed his club has received the release letter to field Agwanda this season and said they are happy the matter has finally been sorted out amicably.
"He (Agwanda) was always our player since we brought him on board last year and I am happy that finally his future has been sorted out. He is a good player whom we will depend on next season for the needed goals. His signing completes our preparations for the new season and now we can look forward to the start of the league."
Agwanda was locked in a transfer battle with the two clubs after Sony accused the 2009 KPL champions of signing their player illegally.