The KCB (Kenya Commercial Bank) Rugby fraternity is mourning the sudden death of one of their stars; James Kilonzo popularly known as Jay Mulla.
The young player was shot yesterday outside an Mpesa shop it Kasarani area.
His club has confirmed Kilonzo’s death through their official website
“REST IN PEACE JAMES KILONZO.
We are saddened to announce the untimely passing on of one of the pride, James Kilonzo. Join us in mourning a rising star rugby player and devoted club member. We shall update you as further news comes through.”
Kilonzo died aged 23.
Rugby teams across the country, players, coaches and fans have send messages of condolences to the late’s family and KCB fraternity.
Coach Ash: My sincere condolences to the family and friends of James Kilonzo.
Kilonza was a member of the KCB Rugby Club in Kenya. RIP James Kilonzo
Pwani Sharks: What a sad news this morning. We’ve lost one of our pride. R. I. P James Kilonzo. Receive our sincere condolences to KCB and family at large
Kariuki: So so sad. My deepest condolences to his family and the rugby fraternity. It is such a loss.?? May you rest in perfect peace Jaymo. ..
Yuko: My sincere condolences to the family and the team. RIP James.
Ondicho: I just can’t come to terms with this
Keith: Its a sad morning for the rugby fraternity we have lost James Kilonzo a KCB Player.My heart felt condolences to the family and KCB rugby club
Opemi: This is sad Rest in peace. My the people who killed you never have peace in there lives.
Mike: Rest in peace Champ….really sad news to wake up to
Boniface: These goons are the ones who make youths to turn to worst characters.Why kill such a talented guy earning his penny to put food on the table.
Collins: So sad to hear this, may God rest his soul in eternity.
Oscar: Oh my God. What a country are we living in? Rest with angels
Samuel: RIP Mulla….shine on your way buddy
Gilbert: So sad. So soon. May he rest in peace.
Diana: RiP James Kilonzo #Pole KCB rugby.
James was recently awarded the Man of the Tour Award at Western Cape Sports School in Cape Town, South Africa where he participated in a local tournament.
Here are photos of the late James Kilonzo
He also played for Catholic Monks.