It was not so rosy for coach Frank Ouna on his return to the helm at Wazito after the troubled Kenya Premier League outfit played to a goalless draw at home to Kariobangi Sharks at the Kenyatta Stadium in Machakos on Monday.
The moneybags parted ways with head coach Melis Medo last week after barely a month in charge after the American failed to engineer an upturn of fortunes at the club.
The match was marred with poor weather and a similarly poor playing surface but Wazito FC who looked destined for three points were forced to settle for a draw with talisman Musa Masika threatening for the greater part of the afternoon.
The outfit which is also coached by former AFC Leopards coach Stewart Hall lie twelfth following a return of eleven points from as many matches as Sharks lie third from bottom with eight points after eleven rounds.
In the other match of the day, visitors KCB were condemned to a 1-0 loss against Western Stima at the Moi Stadium in Kisumu thanks to a Benson Omala stoppage time strike.
Stima are ninth with seventeen points as lie tenth with fifteen points.