The striker was released by Kenyan Premier League side Bandari, alongside Jacob Keli for failing to perform as expected. Agwanda, known for his long throws and fierce shots, has been training with the tax men since they resumed training for the 2018 season.
A close source from the club has told Goal that the player will be given a two year contract but he has to prove he deserves it. "He is a good player with experience; he definitely will give us something to look forward to.
“However, he needs to work on his fitness and work harder to get his contract.”
The tax men are among the teams expected to challenge for promotion to the top tier this season.