A file photo of the Kenyan parliament.
It has emerged that a top Member of Parliament from Western Kenya might find himself in a tight corner over failure to provide for his second family.
According to details, his second wife is contemplating heading to court to have the Member of Parliament compelled to meet the financial needs of his family.
The second wife is said to be already in the advanced stages of taking his two term elected husband to the court since he has left her for other girls at a time he is needed by his family.
Earlier, the woman had taken the husband to court but would later be convinced by the same husband to withdraw the case inorder to try and settle the issues surrounding them out of court.
Those in the know say the man has, however, abandoned the children and hasn't been at his second home for the past five months. The MP who is eyeing top seat in 2022 is said to be generous to twilight girls.
Incase the lady heads to court, this might affect his future political ambitions at a time when he expects to have his political Star rise even higher than he has served in parliament for two terms.
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