The Ugandan custodian walked out of his contract for ‘personal reasons’.
But Goal now understands that Kigonya, who scored four league goals last season,-all from the penalty spot, could have failed to agree on new terms with Sofapaka, leading to his abrupt exit.
Kigonya now claims that Sofapaka have refused to hand him the release letter, making it even harder for him to find a new club.
“I don’t have a problem coming back to KPL but the problem is that they (Sofapaka) have not given me my release letter,” Kigonya told Goal.
Kigonya now says that he will consider available offers on the table before he makes a final decision, including whether to return to the Kenyan league.