The death of Isaac Juma whom until his death was one of the famous Kenyan football has really moved people across the country as people are mourning him and talking positive about him.
The late who is reported to have met his death on 26th January 2022 lost his life at the age of fifty leaving behind his young children. Although the major cause of his death is still unknown, allegations have filled the air that he was butchered due to land issues.
As the fight to fight his real killers is ongoing, the former and one of the most celebrated governors of Nairobi Mike Sonko have come out publicly to render his support on finding the legends killers.
The politician have come out to offer a sum of one hundred thousand Kenyan shillings (Ksh 100,000) to any individual from Mumias, Kakamega county who will provide aid to the police officers in arresting the killer.
Mike Sonko have also urged the late's family to put him in touch with the burial program for he is ready to render his financial help to the family of the diseased.
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