Kenyans are always good detectives when it comes to exposing things that they believe in. Just yesterday a lady by the name Everlyn Ikandi Evermwende as per her Facebook account came out and expressed her discomfort on how she was being treatment by people who she assumes were sent by the president.
According to her, the men should each and every of her move and she didn't have privacy at all. She added that she had a total of five children and two of them were Uhuru's.
Everlyn went further and narrated how the president had abandoned them and failed to show support financially. Have a look at the post below.
Today a picture of the alleged child emerged online that made many people believe in the story because they have a striking resemblance with the alleged father. Have a look at the cropped image below and lets know what you think.
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