Former Harambee Stars coach Jacob Ghost Mulee's brother is dead, the former coach had travelled with his brother to India in a bid to donate for him one of his kidneys. While it was confirmed that the process didn't take place as planned prior to his death, Kenyans have today been shocked after details emerged that Ghost Mulee's bother is dead.
Taking to his social media platform, Radio Jambo sports pundit Fred Arocho confirmed the news to Kenyans with football fans alll over the country left in utter shock and dismay. However, Ghost Mulee didn't actually donate his kidney as planned earlier on despite travelling with his brother to India, this is after the doctors confirmed that there was no need for a transplant since the kidney in question could still work well without a transplant.
Kenyans have taken to social media to send their condolences to Mulee's family as th former coach faces tough moments. Mulee's brother had been suffering from kidney related illness that forced him to get treatment from abroad.
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