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New Twist as Another man Emerges From Masailand, Claims To Be Biological Son of Kalembe Ndile

'Miracles' are still unfounded in Mbui Nzau, home for a late ex-Kibwezi member of parliament, Kalembe Ndile. Another man has come out and claimed to be a biological son to the late ex-mp.

In a video clip that has surfaced on social media, a middle-aged man named Stephen Kalembe has surprised many ahead of planned Kalembe Ndile's burial on Friday next week.

The identified man above, equipped with a Maasai accent, says that he is from Narok. He claims that he and his 'father' Kalembe Ndile loved each other so much and have been saddened by an untimely death.

He confidently mixes his Maasai accent as he clearly explains how the two have been taking tea, coffee for instance; they traveled together as many times.

Stephen Kalembe has promised Kenyans that he will attend the planned burial on 11th June 2021; he will bring flowers to bid final goodbye to the fallen leader and father.

Until his death, Kalembe Ndile struggled with liver cirrhosis at Nairobi hospital; he passed away on Sunday, last week and his burial plans are underway - family members are gathering in Machakos, they are releasing burial plans to the public.

Kenya's politicians have been affected by those side families who arise when one dies; on many occasions, we have seen men and women coming to claim to be part of a family after someone dies.

To watch the full video, please click on link below and enjoy watching.

Kenyans are waiting to see how the whole story will unfold; a DNA test may be required to accept Stephen Kalembe as part of the Kalembe family. Meanwhile, let us wait and see what will happen before Friday.

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