Former Harambee stars defender is currently training with national super league side Kibera Black Stars as he aims at redscovering his top form. The former Gormahia, Sofapaka and City stars defender Wesley Onguso has been working as a part time Boda Boda to make ends meet after the expiry of his contract at City stars. Onguso won the maiden CECAFA senior Challenge Cup with Harambee stars in 2017.
Wesley Onguso is known for his long throws into the opponent box as well as his marauding abilities. As a left back, Onguso knows how to defend as well as offer attacking instincts to the team. According to him, he has two offers from undisclosed national super league sides. He has chosen to remain in the NSL as he looks to regain his top form. He believes that half a season could help him to hit top form before making a return to the premier league.
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