Like the popular proverb goes; like father like son. A son’s character or behavior can more often than not replicate that of his father.
This has time and again proved to be true via our very own presenters, and particularly with breakfast show presenter Ghost Mulee taking the center stage many times.
In July last year, Mulee posted a photo on social media together with his son in hospital, where his son Jesse had gone to seek some medical attention after the teenager hurt his head while trying to score through a header in a campus football competition.
True to his word, playing as a striker for United States International University Africa, Jesse is slowly establishing himself as one of the most promising forwards in the country on his way to stardom despite the obvious pressure to equal or better his dad’s colourful career.
Almost a year later, Mulee, the former Harambee Stars tactician, who played for the Kenyan premier league side, Tusker FC, as well as the national side as a goalkeeper is now a proud daddy, after his son went from an injured forward last year to a gold medalist this year.
Chief Guest, Mulee, was in hand to watch his son Jesse score a decisive penalty to help his campus team, United States International University (USIU) Kenya clinch the inaugural USIU World cup, against Nigeria’s campus.
The competition featured USIU campuses across the continent.
A proud Mulee couldn’t hide his joy, taking to his Instagram page to share the news.
This is what he wrote;
Kenya beats Nigeria 3-2 on penalties to clinch the inaugural USIU World Cup.Chief guest Ghost Mulee presents gold medal to Jesse Mulee scorer of one of the penalties.
Check out the photo below.