• The family announced his death last night.
• He leaves behind two children, Hamna and Maheen.
The late Kenyan rally driver Asad Khan's body will be interred today evening at the Kariokor Muslim cemetery.
The family announced his death last night.
Khan's brother Adil confirmed the death saying that he died at Avenue Hospital, where he has been undergoing treatment.
His family today morning sent briefings about the funeral that will be held later today at Parklands Mosque, 3rd Parklands Road.
He will undergo a full-body ritual purification called ghusl followed by Asr prayers at 4 pm before the cortege leaves for Kariokor.
Khan had been admitted there after losing lots of blood following injuries he suffered in his Kileleshwa house in an altercation with his girlfriend Maxine Wahome.
Wahome is also a rally driver.
Asad was fighting for his life at the High Dependency Unit at the Avenue Hospital in Nairobi following the domestic spat which led to the arrest of Maxine.
Adil said his brother lost a lot of blood after the brutal assault last Tuesday morning.
According to Adil, his brother was injured by Maxine after she allegedly returned home drunk from a dinner party she had attended.
Maxine told police Khan was injured in an altercation with her after she came home late in the morning.
She added he broke a window pane that injured him in the ankle as she hid in a balcony.
Mr Khan was the son of the late Manzour Khan, the late Zakia Alam Khan, and a brother to Adil Khan (TAMS), and Abid Khan who is in Japan.