Help! Harambee Stars Coach Ghost Mulee stranded in India after surgery

Jacob Ghost Mulee
Jacob Ghost Mulee. [Photo: Courtesy]

Jacob Ghost Mulee, the Harambee Stars Coach has appealed for help from the government as he, together with other Kenyans are stranded in India.

Ghost flew to India weeks ago for a transplant procedure at the Apollo Hospital in New Delhi. He donated one of his kidneys to his ailing brother.

He says that he has recovered but is worried as the Covid-19 pandemic is ravaging India and scores of Kenyans remain stuck since the grounding of flights.

Ghost said told Nation that his ailing brother is in stable condition that they were both discharged from the hospital.

However, they remain lost in the moment since the government grounded flights to and from India a week ago.

“The doctors discharged us and we have been in touch with the (Kenya) High Commission here while waiting for (Health Cabinet Secretary) Mutahi Kagwe to share the travel arrangements so we can return home,” he said.

Health Cabinet Secretary Mutahi Kagwe announced a 14-day flight ban for all flights from India in a bid to curb the spread of the Indian Covid-19 strain.

So far, millions of people in India have been infected with Covid 19 in the last couple of weeks.

India record highs of 300,000 daily Covid-19 infections. Scores of lives have been lost in India as the pandemic surged.