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The player joined KCC two seasons back after his successful season at Express FC that saw him helping the Wankulukuku based club to lift the Local League championship.
Express FC had spent 16 years without getting close to this title.
Ogwanga has less than 10 goals scored for KCC in the last two years he has been with the club.
Club officials couldn’t be reached for any comment about the player but Ogwanga himself says that he is negotiating with the officials so that he can be released on a loan deal to a club he didn’t reveal.
If all goes well, Ogwang will be the second player to leave KCC this mid-season after Tony Ndolo joining Kenya’s Sofapaka on an undisclosed fee.
Ogwang also revealed that he is not even ready to join KCC during the Tanzania and Zanzibar trips in preparation for the next second half of the FUFA Super League.