By Agnes Amondi,
Former Harambee stars captain Musa Otieno tested positive for coronavirus. According to reports, Otieno was taken ill last week on Friday and was rushed to Kenyatta National Hospital (KNH) for further tests which returned a positive result.
The football fraternity led by Football Kenya Federation president Nick Mwendwa has sent its well wishes to the ex AFC Leopards, Tusker FC and Santos FC player.
Mwendwa through his official twitter account posted, “Get better Captain…We pray for you!”
The retired defender has been leading efforts in distributing foodstuff to the vulnerable.
The former Harambee Stars captain has been on the front line looking after vulnerable families in Covid-19 distress through his Kick Off to Hope Academy.
Its reported that Otieno through his organization has helped donate to over 600 families in Nairobi’s Maringo Estate.
Kenya has so far registered 6,190 positive cases with 2,013 recoveries and 144 deaths.
Otieno popularly known as Otero back in Kenya served as Harambee Stars captain for 13 years amassing 105 caps for the national team.
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