Reports of the late president Daniel Arap Moi's grandson being kicked out of his house over rent arrears emerged online leading to mixed reactions among Kenyans.
According to reports, the grandson of the second head of state the late Mzee Moi is homeless on the streets after being evacuated from his house over 240,000 rent arrears.
Collins Kibet told the Kilimani high court he has nowhere to stay and he can't manage to cater to the needs of his family since he is broke despite being born in a rich background.
He also said that his stepmother and stepbrother have taken authority of managing all properties worthy of billions of shillings that were left by his father the late Jonathan Kipkemoi who died in 2019.
His father had not distributed his properties or even written a will on how it will be shared. He feels like the family has neglected him and trying to push him away.
Kenyans reacted with many being surprised how the family is battling for billions of shillings while people are dying of poverty in other parts of the country. Some also said that Collins is looking for public sympathy.
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