A coast-based woman has surprised Kenyans by claiming that two of her children have been fathered by President Uhuru Kenyatta. The woman claimed that the head of state is not taking responsibility for his blood. Everlyne Ikandi, through her Facebook account, requested the head of state to address as she has suffered in enough. ‘’ Mr. President at the coast this weekend, please address this issue before you go back to your station in Nairobi,’’ The frustrated lady wrote on Facebook.
Social media users requested the lady to post photos as evidence. The lady has gone ahead and posted the pictures of her two children by the names Fadhil Jomo and Ahadi Maria. ‘’Mimi sipendi publicity ya watoi, but these are the kids in question, lest wale wengine waanze kufutwa fwata...’’ The lady captioned the photos. The lady claims that she has been having a rough time as people assume that the head of state helps her financially.
This is the second time that the lady is claiming her intimacy with the president, as two years ago, she had published the same story. Kenyans have slammed the woman on different social media platforms, calling her an attention seeker. Others have advised the president to take responsibility. Kindly look at some of the reactions below.
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