Wanga, released by Tusker at the end of his contract in December last year, picked his appointment letter on Thursday evening and an added tag to his new job will also see him registered as a Kakamega Homeboyz player with a few years of playing still left under his feet.
“I am very happy and feel privileged to land this role at the County. It is an honor for me and comes in the line in which I am very passionate about. It has always been my ambition to serve my community and this is a great chance for me,” Wanga told Capital Sport.
“We met with the Governor (Wycliffe Oparanya) sometimes last month where we had these discussions and I could not decline the offer. Hopefully I will use my experience and passion to help grow sports in this county,” he added.