The late Former President of Kenya, Daniel Moi, has a grandson who has been in a court battle with his ex wife over the paternity of his children and how he has neglected them for the past ten years.
Picture courtesy. Mr. Collins Kibet.
The court heard that Mr. Collins Kibet, a grandson to Former Kenyan President of 24 years, had denied ever begetting the children with the woman, identified as Gladys Jeruto Tagi.
Mr. Collins Kibet had denied the children but a court sanctioned DNA test proved that he was the biological father of the two children aged 9 and 11 years.
According to Daily Nation Newspaper this morning, the grandson of Moi has been ordered to pay 500,000 shillings every month to the woman as child upkeep.
This money will be used as 200,000 Kenya shillings for the children’s education fees, 200,000 Kenya shillings for their annual medical insurance and another 100,000 Kenya shillings that will be used as entertainment costs.
Despite claiming that he was broke and living on the mercy of friends and family, the court heard that the grandson was embroiled in a bitter succession battle of the vast fortune worth 340 billion shillings left behind by his grandfather.
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