Edgar Obare once again may find himself battling for his freedom in the corridors of Justice.The blogger who is known to expose celebrities' shortfalls is not new to charges. Last year he was charged by Natalie Githinji Tewa.Zack Munyi, husband to Former TV Host Joan Munyi aka Yummy mummy is suing Mr Obare. He is being sued for defamatory publication and breach of privacy.The document states that edited photos were juxtaposed with screenshots between Yummy Mummy and her followers which was baseless.It reads that the illegally obtained photos alleged that Zak was cheating on his wife and was on the verge of leaving her.Although Yummy Mummy exposes her husband on social media, during this year's valentines they did not post pictures celebrating.Obare was yesterday Summoned to the DCI after Aeeedah Bambi sued a man for extorting her. Bambi was exposed last week to having shisha with Senator Anwar. Obare boasted of having more integrity than that of the DCI
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