Kimeumana! A Woman Has Emerged Claiming She Has 2 Grown-up Sons With Late Icon Simeon Nyachae
By HotnewsSantos | self meida writer
Published 10 days ago - 6666 views
The death of Ex -Minister Simeon Nyachae was a shock to many Kenyans. However, death is an inevitable and an irreversible event. What hurts the most is when one loses his or her loved ones to the cold hands of death. But it strikes when we least expect.
The late Simeon Nyachae was a legendary politician and businessman. The late left behind 4 wives, many children and grandchildren.
However, according to Capital Fm news on their tweeter account, a woman has come out to say that she has 2 grown up sons he had sired with the late Nyachae. They tweeted,
"WOMAN emerges to claim she had 2 grown up sons with Nyachae; seeking justice after they were barred from his burial. #RIPNyachae https://t.co/YNBK1k7hh3."
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