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Bob Collymore's widow, Wambui Kamiru, Wants Media Out Of Her Succession Case

The widow of the ex Safaricom CEO Bob Collymore wants the media out of her succession case.

The development comes when yesterday, Wambui Kamiru’s lawyer Njenga Kahura said to the family Court Judge Maureen Odero that she wished the case conducted in camera.

Even though she never revealed which media house she was angered of, Wambui argued that every time the case was aired in court, it was often misreported. The lawyer at the same never disclosed what stories she was arguing about.

“Am requesting the court that the case be heard in camera. It is since every time this case is being heard in court, there is inaccurate reporting,” Njenga said. The judge had requested Wambui and Collymore’s kids, who are staying in the United Kingdom, to virtually show up before the court yesterday. This was to have the kids give their surety for Wambui to preside over Collymore's estate.

Yesterday, the judge asked the lawyer on whether he had got a written consent if the Collymore's kids would not show up. For the court to prove the grant, it gives humble time for family members or individuals are interested in challenging the property or claim a share of the Collymore’s estate.

If a contest is registered, the case will now be submitted for mediation to establish if it can be amicably solved out of court. If not solved, then the case is left to the judge who will listen to the opposition side.

In wishes noted in Collymore’s final Will, he signed State House Chief of Staff Nzioka Waita as the next of kin executor of his real estate should anything happen to Wambui.

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