The Muhoroni based side will be looking to perform better that their third place finish in the 2011 FKL nationwide division, where they eventually missed out on the ticket to the KPL by just two points.
Oserian, who are in the KPL had 51 points, to Agro's 49.
Head coach Leonard Saleh, who was just recently appointed on a two year deal, is hoping to spend his second year at the club in the top flight.
Hopeful of victory
-It is not going to be an easy job here, but I am hopeful of doing well.
-The main aim will be to get the club back into the KPL, as we want to be the best and that means playing at the highest level possible.
-I have found a good squad here and hopefully with hard work, we will be able to achieve our goal, Saleh told Futaa.com.
Agro will play their football in the FKF division one Western Zone in 2012.