The former Nairobi county and the aspiring Mombasa county governer Mike Mbuvi Sonko has found himself in a quagmire after his teenage lover sued him over neglecting to fulfil his duties on their out of marriage daughter.
The accuser otherwise identified as CD in court has claimed that the former Nairobi county governer has abandoned his own daughter. The accuser revealed that she with governor Sonko met in 1999 and therefore they pushed for eight years which led to earlier and unplanned pregnancy.
However honourable Sonko's accuser now demands for Ksh 448,450 for their daughter's monthly upkeep. Accuser CD has claimed that she has really struggled to meet her daughter's education, health, nutritional and other basic demands.
According to the files that were presented in court, honourable Sonko is urged to clear his 15 year old, form two teenage daughter's fees which adds up to Ksh 37000 first before getting into personal and basic needs.
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