Some few days ago today Kenyans were thrown into a deep mourning this following the sudden death of Kenyan well renowned top football fan who have always been active in the sector for several years now.
He died after he was attacked by thugs who were reported to have been sent by some of his family members who were fighting over land ownership issues.
The late AFC Leopards top fan Isaac Juma has now left behind two wives and seventeen children whom are going now to remain without a father and an husband to provide for them.
Juma was today laid to rest in his home located in buyenjere village, Mumias West where the family members were seen asking for help from Kenya government saying that they are not safe.
But now according to the emerging reports about this it is being indicated that the family have something now to smile about this comes governor reacted about Juma's death.
And according to the reports Governor Wycliffe Oparanya has now willingly revealed that he is going to support the family following the death of their breadwinner.
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