Harambee Stars coach Jacob 'Ghost' Mulee is among Kenyans stranded in India in the wake of a 14-day ban on flights from the country.
Mulee, 53, has been receiving treatment at Apollo Hospital in New Delhi for the past three weeks alongside his brother, to whom he reportedly donated one of his kidneys.
“I thank God we have recovered and thank Kenyans for the support and prayers,” Mulee told Nation Sport from India on Thursday.
“The doctors discharged us and we have been in touch with the (Kenya) High Commission here while waiting for (Health Cabinet Secretary) Mutahi Kagwe to share the travel arrangements so we can return home.”
He will not be available when the national team begins camping on May 10th to prepare for the upcoming World Cup qualifiers against Uganda and Rwanda.
Last week, CS Kagwe suspended flights from India for 14 days following a surge in COVID-19 infections and death in the populous Asian country.
On Thursday, India reported 412,262 new COVID-19 cases, a new single-day record.
The country also reported 3,980 COVID-19 related deaths, another new single-day record, which pushed the death toll to 230,168.