Harambee Stars coach Mulee has been admitted to India after donating a kidney – LitKenya


Harambee Stars head coach Jacob ‘Ghost’ Mulee is recovering in an Indian hospital after donating a kidney to his older brother.

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Taking up her social media on Friday night, April 23, Mulee shared photos taken in the hospital ward with her brother.

“We thank God for the good order. Well maintained. Brotherhood is similarity not similarity. (Brotherhood is about helping each other and not being equal), ”he wrote on Instagram.

The football boss and Radio Jambo presenter thanked those who came to wish him a speedy recovery.

He also assured his fans that he would be back on the air soon. The veteran football coach is organizing a popular morning show with former musician Gidi Ogidi.

Kenyans and several prominent people sent encouraging messages urging him to get well soon.

“Get well soon my boss,” Harambee Stars captain Michael Olunga responded to Mulee’s message.

Benga Musician Suzanna Owiyo and Churchill Show founder and host Daniel Ndambuki also sent a message to Mulee.

Mulee was appointed head coach of the national men’s team, Harambee Stars, last October, replacing Francis Kimanzi.

Kimanzi, the former Tusker FC, Mathare FC and Sofapaka tactician, became the Wazito FC head coach.

Mulee recently led the Stars from a 1-1 draw against Egypt and a 2-1 win over Togo in Lome in the Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) matches, but they failed to qualify.

After recovering, Mulee will lead Kenya, who are in Group E, when they host Uganda in their opening match of the 2022 World Cup qualifiers in Nairobi between June 5 and 6, before meeting Rwanda.

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