Western Bulls centre Emmanuel Musasia passes on

Emmanuel Musasia [PHOTO: COURTESY]

Western Bulls have been hit by a major blow following the death of centre Emmanuel Musasia who passed away on Monday February 13, 2017, according to Raga House.

The club affirmed that Musasia was experiencing Neurological issues which which led to his death upon arrival to a Hospital.

Emmanuel Musasia played his last game for Western bulls against Mwamba in the fourth round of the Kenya Cup on Saturday November 26, 2016.

“We are deeply shocked by Musasia’s death and we pray for him. This trying times we ask people to refrain from making statements that may cause panic. We remember his family these hard times and walk together’,” said Western Bulls team manager Bram Shikanda.

Game Yetu extends deepest sympathies to the family during this trying time.

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