Yesternight, a Mombasa woman claimed to have sired twins with his Excellency, Uhuru Mwigai Kenyatta on her Facebook page. Yes, you read it right. To my fans and the rest, get your latest update, gossip and trend, am sorry for being antisocial for a while please kindly hit the follow button in the right hand corner and please don't you forget to leave your opinion on the comment section below. Also like and share.
The claim caused quite a reaction in the social media platforms. She alledgedly said that she tried to reach the President for child support but all her effort went in vain. The lady known as Evelyn Ikandi sort out to post it instead saying that her twins Fadhili and Amani together with her are in a bad predicament and are even about to be thrown out due to the fact that they haven't paid the rent for a few months.
But there was a turn of events as she recently deleted the post concerning the matter. Leaving the netizens to think if it was all a lie or a scam.
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