Radio Jambo presenter Ghost Mulee has been discharged from the Aga Khan hospital, where he was taken, after he was involved in an accident.
Mulee took to his social media pages to appreciate friends and fans who had wished him a quick recovery.
"I’ve done tests after today's accident and I've been cleared by the doctors at Aga Khan, I take this opportunity to thank everyone who wished me a quick recovery. God is good all the time," Mulee stated.
Radio Jambo presenter Ghost Mulee was rushed to the Aga Khan hospital on Friday morning, October 16, after he was involved in an accident along Waiyaki Way.Radio presenter Ghost Mulee's vehicle involved in road accident
Kiss FM presenter Felix Odiwuor known to many as Jalang'o broke the news during a morning show on the station.
He stated that the renowned presenter wanted to make the turn into Brookside drive when a public service vehicle rammed his car.
"There were many people at the scene but I managed to take Ghost to the hospital where he has been admitted and that is why I was late to work," Jalang'o stated.
Mulee was headed to work at Lion place building along Waiyaki way in Westlands, for his morning show, when the unfortunate incident took place.
The radio presenter and his co-host Gidi Gidi have managed to keep their audience glued to the station with a segment on the morning show known as Patanisho, which airs every Monday to Friday from 6a.m. to 10a.m.
Mulee is also one of the most decorated Kenyan coaches to date at club and national team level, winning three Kenya Premier League titles during a 10-year stint with Tusker FC besides making history as the first tactician to lead Harambee Stars to victory at the CAF Africa Cup of Nations
Road accidents have been on the rise in the last couple of weeks with Inspector General of Police Hillary Mutyambai indicating that some drivers were flaunting basic safety requirements.
"The National Police Service will undertake nationwide enforcement operations to address factors such as speeding, lane indiscipline, assessment of general compliance with public service vehicle (PSV) licensing requirement, a crackdown on unroadworthy vehicles among other traffic offences," he wrote in a statement.
He stated that the measures would enhance efforts towards road safety in order to prevent the unnecessary loss of lives.
According to a report released by NTSA, 2,689 persons had lost their lives between January 1 and September 30, 2020, compared to the same period last year where 2,655 lives were lost which translates to an increase of 1.3%.
During the same period, motorcyclists and pillion passengers deaths increased by 44.94% and 19.44% respectively.Matatu's wreckage at the scene of accident along Nairobi Nakuru Highway on Tuesday, September 22, 2020.
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