Former Harambee Stars coach Ghost Mulee was on Friday morning involved in an accident in Westlands.
According to Kiss FM’s Jalang’o, the Radio Jambo presenter was making a turn along Waiyaki Way when a matatu hit his car from the back.
“He was driving going to turn into Brookside Drive, and the matatu hit him from behind and then hit the clock on the side of the road that damaged the side of his car,” Jalas narrated.
He added, “When I got close to the office, a boda boda guy was chasing me in my car saying, ‘Jalas that is your colleague in that accident.’ I asked him, who is it, he said it is Ghost mulee. So I went straight back to the scene of the accident I found Ghost’s car is a complete write-off.”
Jalas’ co-host Kamene Goro was also at the scene of incident.
She recalled asking Mulee if he was okay. His response was “apana (No)”, she said.
“I was just about to make the turn and I saw the car, it was familiar so I stood and there were many people there. I stopped my car and Ghost got out of the car. I said, Bro, are you okay? he said ‘I’m not okay,’” Kamene said.
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Mulee has since been admitted at Aga Khan Hospital where he is receiving treatment.
“I took Ghost to the hospital, he has been admitted to the Aga Khan, that is why I was late. He will be fine.”