The immediate former Transzoia county governor Patrick Khaemba has been ordered by a Kitale Court to pay a Ugandan Woman 236,000 for child upkeep.
The business lady moved to court to sue the former Governor after he failed to to remitt the monthly child upkeep for the last 10 years. Through her lawyer, she demanded that the former county chief be ordered to settle the money as life had become harder.
Former Transzoia county governor Patrick Khaemba in a past Adress when he was still the Governor. Photo Credits: Courtesy.
The 236,000 he was ordered to pay include accrued rent of Sh146,000, utilities at Sh20,000, food Sh50,000 and entertainment Sh20,000.
The court was told that the minor has got a serious medical condition that requires a special diet and the woman no longer afford considering that her cosmetic business too has gone down.
According to the documents filed in court, the woman bore the child with former Governor Khaemba in 2013 during his first term. The former governor later allegedly decided to abscond from his fatherly obligations leaving the woman to struggle with the minor.
The woman was given legal custody of the minor before the case could be determined.
In the final judgment, Khaemba has been ordered to immediately begin remitting 236,000 monthly to the woman for the child's upkeep, he has also been ordered to begin paying for the minor the school fees and all other school requirements, he has also been ordered to provide for the medical requirements of the minor.
“The respondent has been ordered to provide medical care or cover for the child pending hearing and determination of the suit,” The source privy to the rulling revealed.
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