Former Harambee stars captain Musa Otieno ''otero" tests positive for Coronavirus.

Meria

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Former Harambee Stars skipper Musa “Otero” Otieno has tested positive for Coronavirus, a close friend has confirmed to this writer.

The 46-year-old was tranfered from Kenyatta National Hospital to Mbagathi County Hospital, a national COVID-19 management centre, on Sunday.

“He called me to say he had contracted the virus, but I didn’t believe him, then on Sunday he called again as he was being transferred to Mbagathi Hospital and since then his phone has been off,” said the anonymous source.

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Ice_Cube

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seen guys saying he has been working with slum dwellers to provide them with food and other basic necessities during the pandemic
 

mzeiya

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Ugua pole legend, I remember his playing days when Fabisch was the coach. That draw against Super Eagles in Kasarani generated a lot of excitement.
When was this? I can only remember it in patches...Ketepa had a promotion where you got stickers of the Harambee Stars players and attached them in their playing formation for the chance to win something. Oh the 90s were wonderful
 

Ssabasajja

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When was this? I can only remember it in patches...Ketepa had a promotion where you got stickers of the Harambee Stars players and attached them in their playing formation for the chance to win something. Oh the 90s were wonderful
Early 1997, I was still in primary then but the stadium ilijaa sana. Nigeria had just won the Olympic title in Atlanta 96.
 
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