The grandson to former President Daniel Toroitich Arap Moi could face a jail term of six months for disobeying a court order.
Collince Toroitich is said to have disobeyed a court order which required him to conduct a paternity test in a case concerning child support.
He has been summoned by a Nakuru Court.It is said that Collince failed to show up at Lancett Laboratories on June 18 2021.
His DNA sample was to be taken together with those of the alleged children.
The paternity test order was issued by Senior Resident Magistrate Benjamin Limo.
He was accused by his former wife Gladys Jeruto Tagi.
Through her lawyer David Mongeri, the petitioner told the court that Collince had failed to obey the court order by failing to show up at the laboratories as per the order of the court.
The complainant asked the court to jail him for six months.
Meanwhile new orders have been issued requiring Collince to appear in court in person to defend himself.
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