Jacob ‘Ghost’ Mulee, the head coach of the Harambee Stars, is concerned that his younger brother might have joined Al Shabaab, a Somali terrorist organisation.

In a recent interview with comedian Jalan’go of the Bonga na Jalas, the respected coach turned radio host at Radio Jambo explained that he hadn’t seen his brother in a long time and that he was worried about him. It is uncertain where he is.

The father of three boys (Jesse, Jeff, and Carl) and sixth child in a family of eleven described his upbringing in Nairobi’s Jericho estate, where he was nurtured by a single mother.

“Five (of my siblings) have died, five are still living, and one is still missing. We’re not sure where he is. “One day, our eldest son stated he would vanish and we would never find him,” he revealed.

Ghost, who has also coached Kenya’s Tusker FC and Rwanda’s Patriotic Army (APR), also claims that his brother, whom he refers to as Sammy, resided in Mombasa with their sister.

“I’ve instructed the Mombasa police to look into whether he joined Al Shabaab after converting from a Christian to a Muslim and changing his name

We began to notice changes after that, and he stated that we would never find him if he left. We have no idea where he is right now,” he stated.

“Every day, I pray to God that he will return to us. You’ve probably heard stories about someone returning home after being gone for decades. That is my wish for Sammy to appear at some point.”

Mulee, who is set to lead Kenya through the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers, which begin in October, recently traveled to India with his sick brother and was diagnosed with obstructive sleep apnea, a condition that produces loud snoring and depletes oxygen levels in the body. To stop the oddity, he needed a positive medical treatment.

Ghost, on the other hand, had come to India with the intention of donating a kidney to his sick brother, only to have the plan scrapped after the doctor advised against it.

His brother’s sickness could be treated without a kidney transplant, according to doctors in India. Mulee was diagnosed with obstructive sleep apnea as a result of these alterations, which prompted him to have a full body exam.

Following treatment, he was stranded in India because the government stopped all passenger flights from the nation due to an increase in Covid-19 cases.

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