Parenting responsibility is a role of both father and mother. However, this becomes hard when the two parents are separated or not living together.
This affects the innocent children who deserve good life, parental care and love.
Former president Daniel moi's grandson Collins Kibet shocked the Nakuru court when he told the senior magistrate that he can only afford to pay for the national hospital insurance fund for the two children he sired with Gladys Jeruto Tagi.
Mr Kibet was sued for neglecting the children and Ms Jeruto wanted him to be giving out One million shillings every month for the upkeep of the two children.
However Mr Collins Kibet claims that for now he is jobless and financially unstable and hence unable to pay the one million shillings.
He further said that the children should be transferred in a public primary school where they will benefit from the government funding.
Kibet denied having married Jeruto Tagi and says that he sired the two kids when he was not in the right frame of mind.
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