The deputy president of Kenya Dr. William Ruto has joined a big number of Kenyans in mourning the untimely demise of a passionate Kenyan football fanatic Isaac Juma who was slashed to death by unknown assailants in Bukaya Village, Mumias.
While taking to his Facebook page, Ruto poured out his heart to the fallen hero and described Juma as a friendly, ever jovial and passionate soccer supporter.
"We are heartbroken by the loss of the ever present AFC Leopards and Harambee Stars longstanding fan Isaac Juma. He was a friendly, ever jovial and passionate soccer supporter. Our thoughts are with the family and soccer fraternity during this painful time. Rest in peace Jima," he wrote. Ruto has been among the first politicians eying the presidential seat to show passion and compassion to Isaac Juma. Many Kenyans have mourned the football fanatic and congratulated the Deputy President for being a humble, loving and caring politician with others vowing to support his political ambitions.
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