After three years battle in court, Fidel Odinga's widow has finally won a battle against the Odinga family. Her husband, Fidel Odinga died in 2015 after sharing some fun moments with a group of his friends. He left behind properties valued at approximately Ksh 40 million and his wife, Lwam Bekele Getachew has been battling over the control of the properties.
The court has ruled in her favour and now she will share a role with her brother in law, Raila Odinga Jr. Some of the properties she will now have control of includes;
1.A home in Tipuana Park Karen.
2.Two parcels of land in Kisumu (250 acres each).
3.One parcel of land in Kajiado.
4.A Nissan Sunny and a KBS Range Rover.
5.Monies held in different bank accounts.
Ida Odinga claims that there are twins who have been left out. Lwam is open to including the said twins only after they are proven to be Fidel Odinga's sons.
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