Tension has rocked the home of slain AFC Leopards and Harambee stars fan Isaac Juma just days after his burial with the family who had expressed fear for their lives revealing that the police officers who had been deployed to guard them mysteriously went missing.
According to Juma's second wife Farida Juma, the police officers vanished immediately after Juma's body had been lowered on the grave and revealed how a stranger stormed their home at night and started moving in houses before he stormed off after he was confronted.
"On Saturday night at around 11:45 pm a stranger walked into our compound and started moving in houses acting like he was lost, when we confronted him about his intention he talked for a while then took off," said Ms. Juma.
Farida further revealed that the intention of the intruder remains scanty as he claimed to have come from his in-law's place yet they are the ones believed to have been behind the death of Juma.
Link : https://www.standardmedia.co.ke/national/article/2001437468/tension-high-at-isaac-jumas-home-after-his-burial
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