Former Trans Nzoia governor Patrick Khaemba has been ordered to pay a Ugandan woman KSh 236,000 monthly for the upkeep of their 10-year-old child.The woman, Elizabeth Aridru, moved to a court in Kitale seeking orders to compel Khaemba to give her the cash.The cash includes rent of KSh 146,000, utilities KSh 20,000, food KSh 50,000 and entertainment KSh 20,000.
Khaemba was sued at the Kitale Children's Court by Elizabeth Aridru, a Ugandan woman he is believed to have sired a child with. In the suit, Aridru protested Khaemba's alleged absconding of his fatherly obligations to the child they were blessed with in 2013.
Ms E.A told the court that the minor has a medical condition that requires to be put on a special diet which has become extremely expensive.Ms E.A who is a business lady dealing in cosmetic products told the court that the business has gone down hence she cannot manage the needs of the minor.
The woman said that Khaemba has absconded his fatherly obligations leaving her to struggle with the minor and accused him of failing to respond to his calls and messages concerning the upkeep of the child.
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