Radio Jambo’s Jacob ‘Ghost’ Mulee involved in horrific morning accident (Photos)

Popular Radio Jambo co-host Jacob ‘Ghost’ Mulee has been involved in a grisly morning road accident along Brookside Drive, Westlands.

A report by Jalas who happened to be at the accident scene indicates that the personality’s vehicle was badly hit from the back by a matatu.

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This is while ‘Ghost’ Mulee was waiting to make a turn to Brookside Drive, before his car was thrown into the city clock that then hit the side of his car.

Jacob ‘Ghost’ Mulee involved in grisly road accident

According to the comedian, it so happened that the road accident went down just as Jalang’o was making his way to Kiss FM only for a bike rider who was quickly rush after him, to break the sad news.

This forced Jalang’o to make a quick turn and return to the accident scene. 

“I got there only to find Mulee’s vehicle is a complete write-off,” sadly remarked the MC.

Jacob ‘Ghost’ Mulee involved in grisly road accident

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Kamene jumped in, recalling the hasty morning events stating: “So I was making the turn, and I was like, I know this car. I stopped and the place was already crowded. Mulee alighted from his damaged vehicle and I quickly asked whether he is okay.”

And Mulee admitted he is not fine.

Jacob ‘Ghost’ Mulee involved in grisly road accident

Jalas rushed ‘Ghost’ Mulee to Aga Khan hospital where he is admitted and currently receiving treatment.

The two morning hosts seemed greatly pained by the morning incident, feeling irritated by careless drivers on the roads.

Jacob ‘Ghost’ Mulee involved in grisly road accident

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We do wish him quick recovery!

Harambee Stars most successful coach reveals why the team is forever grateful for what Caroline Mutoko did in 2004

Caroline Mutoko has been praised by former Harambee Stars coach for what she did for the Kenya national football team way back in 2004.

Harambee Stars always has friction with the government when to the issue of money. Successful governments at one point claimed there was no money to finance the team’s activities more so when Stars is traveling abroad for international duties.

Dennis Oliech once bailed out Stars when the government claimed it had no money. Oliech offered to pay return air tickets and accommodation for Harambee Stars in 2009.

Caroline Mutoko’s help

Harambee Stars’ most successful coach Jacob Ghost Mulee praised Caroline Mutoko for what she did for the national football team way back in 2014.

For starter, Jacob Ghost Mulee led Stars when they qualified for the 2004 Africa Cup of Nations showpiece in Tunisia.

Jacob Ghost Mulee and Caroline Mutoko

Mulee says Caroline vouched for Stars when the government claimed it didn’t have money to take the team to Tunisia.

“Caroline Mutoko She vouched for Harambee stars when we qualified for Afcon 2004 .The government claimed they didnt have money to take the team to Tunisia. Thanks to you and other media for prompting the government release the funds.Power of media,” wrote Jacob Mulee.


Dennis Oliech’s look at Koroga Festival leaves Kenyans horrified and fearing for his life (Photos)

Former Harambee Stars captain Dennis Oliech made tongues wag when he was seen looking like a disturbed prisoner who had just been let out of a dark hole.

The onetime Kenya’s richest footballer was among thousands of Nairobians who flocked to Carnivore Grounds on Sunday October 1st 2017 for the 19th edition of Koroga Festival.

Congolese singer Fally Ipupa performs at the 19th edition of Koroga Festival at Carnivore Grounds

Oliech left netizen in awe when he was seen posing with his former boss Jacob Ghost Mulee. Ghost was Harembee Stars coach when the national team played in African Cup Nations in Tunisia in 2004, Oliech was in that squad.

Ghost and Oliech bumped into each other at Carnivore Grounds and they decided to take a photo together. Oliech’s untidy facial hair and dry lips made Kenyans suspect all wasn’t well with the onetime richest footballer in Kenya.

Dennis Oliech and Jacob Ghost Mulee

Below are some of the reactions from Kenyans when they saw the photo of Oliech at Carnivore:

alih_nuhIyo: Kali jamani,, oliech mmoja nnaye mjua au???

omondi_edwine896: Wuod opira sie

mburu_wa_macharia: Ok..what happened to Oliech? PIC is worth a thousand words.

mwakhs: What’s up with Oliech?? Even @jacob_ghost_mulee looks sympathetic

collins_collo_mulimi: Wacha mchezo mchezo wewe??you have money ? then what’s life blo????

wycliffenjoroge: Waah Oliech…u guy who hard Big money….Learn your lesson from him….he looks Wasted….

wanjisostine: Getting old so fast heee

zeddycleophas: Legends

owycliffe40: Dope bro

boyie__: Wah.. bado ako hai??