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- Jacob Mulee led Harambee Stars to the 2004 African Cup of Nations in Tunisia.
- Mulee has been out of active football for a decade now and has previously hinted at making a return to the dugout.
- Jacob Mulee’s car was thrust into a city clock following a knock by a rogue matatu.
Former Harambee Stars coach Jacob Ghost Mulee has been involved in a road accident in Westlands, Nairobi.
Ghost who cohosts the morning radio show at Radio Jambo dubbed “Gidi na Ghost Asubuhi” was headed to work at Lion’s Place along Waiyaki Way when he was hit by a rogue matatu.
The presenter’s car was thrust into a city clock following the knock that happened along Brookside Drive, Westlands.
The 52-year old has been rushed to Aga Khan Hospital where he is receiving medical attention.
The extent of the injuries sustained are yet to be known.
— Road Alerts (@RoadAlertsKE) October 16, 2020
Popular comedian Felix Odiwuor alias Jalang’o who recently moved to Radio Jambo’s sister station Kiss FM narrated Mulee’s predicaments on the morning show.
“When I got close to the office, some bodaboda guy was chasing me shouting ‘Jalas! That is your colleague in that accident.’ I asked him, who is it? He said it is Ghost Mulee, Coaches. So I went straight back to the scene of the accident. I found Ghost’s car is a complete write-off. I took him to hospital. He has been admitted to the Aga Khan. He will be fine,” Jalang’o narrated to his co-host Kamene Goro.
— Kiss 100 Kenya (@Kiss100kenya) October 16, 2020
Several football stakeholders have empathized with the tactician following the unfortunate incident.
“Wishing & Praying for Jacob ‘Ghost’ Mulee’s speedy recovery after he was involved in a road accident this morning in Westlands,” Football Kenya Federation presidential candidate Herbert Mwachiro said on Twitter.
Wishing & Praying for Jacob 'Ghost' Mulee's speedy recovery after he was involved in a road accident this morning in Westlands. 🙏🙏
— Herbert Mwachiro (@HerboTawa) October 16, 2020
Mulee has been out of active football for a decade now and has previously hinted at making a return to the dugout.