Fare Thee Well - Jacob Ghost Mourns Brother

  • Harambee Stars head coach Jacob Mulee (right) poses for a photo with his late brother Mike in India in May 2021.
    Harambee Stars head coach Jacob Mulee (right) poses for a photo with his late brother Mike in India in May 2021.
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  • Radio Jambo presenter Jacob Mulee alias Ghost has lost his brother who had been hospitalised in India in May 2021.

    Mulee announced the demise of his brother (identified as Mike) on Instagram on Sunday, December 19. The former Harambee Stars head coach stated that his sibling was receiving treatment at the Nairobi Hospital when he passed away on the evening of Saturday, December 18.

    At the time, he had been admitted at the Intensive Care Unit where he was receiving gallbladder cancer treatment.

    Former Harambee Stars coach Jacob 'Ghost' Mulee and his late brother Mike pose for a photo at an Indian hospital on April 23, 2021
    Former Harambee Stars coach Jacob 'Ghost' Mulee and his late brother Mike pose for a photo at an Indian hospital on April 23, 2021
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    "Mike my brother, you have fought a good fight. May the Lord grant you favour till we meet again. Fare thy well my brother, my friend, my fan, my advisor! God is able," Mulee stated.

    The news of his brother's illness came to light in May 2021 when the former Harambee Stars coach travelled to India with the aim of donating his kidney.

    However, when he got to India, doctors assured him his brother was able to recover without a kidney transplant.

    “My brother had a kidney problem and needed a transplant. We came to India but after doctors analyzed his kidney, they said there’s no need to change it. I was so happy,” he stated in a past interview.

    During his time in the country, Mulee decided to undergo a full-body check-up.

    When the results were released, he was diagnosed with sleeping apnea and was hospitalised.

    Sleep apnea is a sleeping disorder in which breathing repeatedly stops and starts. According to Dr Maxwell Okoth from RFH hospital, symptoms associated with the condition include loud snoring and observed episodes of not breathing while asleep.

    “If you also wake up tired and sleepy after a full night’s sleep, you may also be suffering from it,” Mulee had stated.

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    Radio Jambo presenter Ghost Mulee
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