Mulee who has been discharging duties pertaining to the office in acting capacity was validated in the role on Wednesday in a communique signed by federation boss, Sam Nyamweya.
“Mulee a former Harambee Stars tactician emerged the best candidate after a very competitive vetting process.
“He brings a wealth of experience to the federation and his major immediate task is steer the federation’s recently launched ten-year Strategic plan in reviving our football standards.
“We are extremely delighted to have him on board as a member of the football family and as a federation we shall give him all the support he needs,” Nyamweya added in his statement.
The coach who led Kenya to the 2004 Nations Cup in Tunisia where they made history by beating 2013 finalists, Burkina Faso, 3-0 for their first ever win at the event, will be working with Belgian Adel Amrouche in the technical bench.
Mulee’s fourth stint as Stars coach ended in December 2010 when the team crashed out of the Cecafa tournament following three successive group stage match defeats.
He has previously coached Tusker FC to three domestic league titles as well as Rwandese side APR.