Nonga who previously featured for Mwadui before crossing over to Young Africans during the December mid-season transfer window, says there is a mutual agreement between him and coach Pluijm to part way peacefully.
Nonga also had written to Yanga leadership with regard to his intention to leave the club as a result of missing playing time.
Nonga himself says he admits that playing time with Yanga will certainly be difficult to be attained due to degree of competitiveness.
The striker says coach Pluijm has in principal agreed to release the player as Yanga has requirement over surplus. Nonga has a line-up of premiership teams that have shown interest to recruit the player but up to this time the young striker has been mum to make them public.
Before featuring for the newly promoted Mwadui FC, Nonga has been playing for Mbeya City a team he joined after a long stint with Oljoro JKT.
Lack of playing time with Yanga has limited his scoring capacity to notch only two goals for Yanga, and a total six after scoring four others during his stint with Mwadui during the first half of the previous season.
Nonga says he is almost a free agent and will join a team depending on terms and conditions to be agreed between the two parties.