- Musa Otieno, former Harambee Stars captain is optimistic as he awaits a follow-up of Covid-19 results.
Following breathing complications he had, the 46-year-old was admitted to hospital on 26th June and it was confirmed that he had contracted the disease late last month. He was later declared healed shortly after he underwent treatment.
In the first previous test, he underwent numerous tests including that of the coronavirus before he was admitted. He was later attended to and placed under the intensive care of the doctors.
Otieno served the national team from 1993 to 2009 and made 105 appearances including the 2004 African Cup of Nations(Afcon) in Tunisia.
In 1992, he won Kenya Premier League(KPL)tittles with AFC Leopards before winning with Kenya Breweries (Tusker) in 1997.
In 1997, he left for South Africa to join Santos FC and became one of the key figures as they lifted the league in 2001/2002 season.
He also left Santos FC to Cleveland City Stars on loan before returning to Lansdowne club and he retired in 2011.
“I still feel a bit off but it is nothing to be so much concerned about. I went for a second check-up on Monday and I was told to wait for four days for the test results,” Harambee stars legend declared.
At the moment, I can feel I am getting better but obviously, the results will determine how we go from here,” Musa added.
He was directed to go in for self-quarantine at his home after he left hospital till he is fully recovered.
In the meantime, he is asking Kenyans to be careful during this trying time to avoid contracting the disease.