A woman who claimed to have been in a relationship with Senate speaker Ken Lusaka since 2018, has sued Lusaka demanding for child upkeep money for a baby she claimed to have sired with Lusaka.
Ken Lusaka (Photo courtesy)
The unidentified woman demanded for a Ksh 200,000 monthly or a a lump sum of 25 million Kenya shillings, to cater for their unborn baby. According to citizen tv, the woman claimed that speaker Lusaka had neglected her in the time she needed her the most as she has been experiencing pregnancy difficulties."The respondent despite being a man of means has refused and ignored to take care of the applicant's pre natal clinics necessary to ensure the well being of the unborn child perhaps in the hope of stressing the applicant and causing a miscarriage of their unborn child", read the court document.
Other individuals who have been battling with child support money amounting to millions include, former president Daniel Moi son Philip Moi, his Caucasian wife demanded for 90 million to purchase a residence and 30 million to start a business after they broke up.
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