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Harambee Stars head coach 'Ghost' Mulee undergoes surgery

FOOTBALL By Odero Charles | April 24th 2021
Harambee Stars head coach Jacob 'Ghost' Mulee (right) in hospital.[photo courtesy/ Instagram ]

Harambee Stars head coach Jacob 'Ghost' Mulee on Saturday took to social media to assure his followers that all was well after he underwent a surgical procedure.

The 52-year-old tactician is believed to have travelled to India a few weeks ago to seek medical attention.


A post shared by Jacob "Ghost" Mulee (@ghost_mulee)

However, according to his Instagram post, Mulee did not give details of his treatment or when he underwent the surgery. 

“We thank God for a successful procedure. Well taken care of! Undugu ni kufaana si kufanana,” read his Instagram post.

Following his post, Kenyan striker Michael Olunga was among those who wished Mulee a speedy recovery.

"Quick recovery boss yangu,"Olunga commented.

Mulee's health update comes seven months after he was involved in a car crash along Brookside Drive on Waiyaki Way.

FILE: Radio presenter Ghost Mulee's vehicle involved in road accident [Twitter]


He was reportedly released a few hours later after doctors at the Aga Khan hospital gave him a clean bill of health.

Jacob ‘Ghost’ Mulee being unveiled as Harambee Stars head coach by Football Kenya Federation (FKF) President Nick Mwendwa after signing a three-year deal at Safari Park hotel on October 21, 2020. [Stafford Ondego, Standard]

Mulee took over from Francis Kimanzi who had overseen a number of matches including two Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers against Togo and Egypt.

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