The Kenya Rugby Fraternity is in grief following the death of KCB Rugby forward Jerry Olola.
The Scrummage has learnt Olola a front-rower, died on Thursday midday while in Hospital where he was undergoing treatment.
His parent club is yet to release a statement on his death but Scrummage understands he was taken to the hospital on Wednesday after he complained of body and toothache.
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Olola was part of the Strathmore Leos squad that finished fourth in the 2021/22 Kenya Cup season having joined Louis Kisia’s charges in January on a loan deal. He was released to Strathmore Leos in January alongside Maxwell Atera and Stephen Osumba. They played a key role as the side reached the second consecutive Kenya Cup semi-final.
Another lion rests again. Rest easy Jerry Olola….. See you on the other side….🕯️💔 pic.twitter.com/VLdJSJH46e
— Xeldyn🍂 (@Xeldyn1) June 30, 2022
Olola also played for Kenya Cup side Homeboyz. He later moved to KCB rugby and has been been part of the squad that has had a successful run in the recent past.