The Churchill show family and the Kenyan laugh industry is in mourning following the sudden and untimely death of one of its upcoming comedians.
This is after the death of the young Juma from Nairobi’s Kiamaiko after along and unsuccessful battle with an undisclosed disease.
Juma’s death was made public by matatu boss Jamal Ibrahim (Rohosafi) via his social media page yesterday Wednesday 5, 2021, detailing that the deceased spent his last moments with the kin.
“After a long ailment, Juma passed on yesterday morning at his mother’s place in Kiamaiko.
“We lost a very vibrant young soul and also a breadwinner. We know that God is always there to protect and guide your left family,” Rohosafi eulogised.
Jamal prayed for the family and friends during these trying times, adding that he would be greatly missed.
“You will always be remembered,” the matatu boss added.
The minor came into the public domain during the 2015 churchill show’s Kids with talent edition, with the radio presenter later lauding him for his talent.
“Young Juma is an aspiring actor and comedian on Churchill Show Kid Edition,” Churchill stated.
Juma adds to the list of talents and creatives who have passed on in the recent past after the recent deaths associated with depression, accidents and illnesses.
Among them are Anthony Njenga (Mswahili), Emmanuel Makori (AKA), Nancy Nyambura (Jastorina), Benson Wanjau (Mzee Ojwang’), Jamal Nassor (Baba Junior) and Ben Maurice Onyango (Othuol Othuol).