Jacob Ghost Mulee has on Wednesday been confirmed as Harambee Stars coach replacing Francis Kimanzi.
The announcement comes just a day after FKF the governing body confirmed that the former Tusker coach had resigned by mutual consent.
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In a statement issued on Tuesday by FKF, they noted that the now former coach will depart with his entire team including his assistant Zedekiah Otieno and Lawrance Webo who was in charge of training goalkeepers.
In a ceremony held at the Safari Park hotel, Jacob Ghost Mulee signed a three year deal to head the national team.
He is expected to deputized by Musa Otieno who is a former Harambee Stars player with the two expected to take the team through the AFCON qualifiers this November.
Nick Mwendwa who presided over the event focused on the matters of the day and not touch on why Francis Kimanzi left.