Isaac Juma who has been a strong AFC Leopards fan and Harambee Stars football fun for several years now has been killed by unknown people after he was cut by Panga.
According to source's, he was attacked at his home by unknown people who cut him, killing him on the spot
Isaac Juma has been a well known football fun for several years and he used to color his body with different colors and even carry the National flag high as he performed his tasks.
Isaac Juma was also very entertaining and recently, he attended the Azimio La Umoja event in Kasarani Stadium and even the Cleo Malala Super Cup where he entertained the people.
While passing the news of Isaac Juma's death, Phillip Etale called on Justice to prevail and the killers of Isaac Juma be brought to book.
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