A court in Kitale has directed former Trans Nzoia governor Patrick Khaemba to pay a woman Sh236,000 as a monthly upkeep following an application by the woman of Uganda origin who has sued the former governor for child upkeep.
The woman has accused Mr Khaemba of failing to remit upkeep money to the minor for more than 10 years.
In her sworn affidavit filed through her lawyer John Bororio she told the court that Mr Khaemba has not been settling the upkeep money for the child since 2013.
The woman had moved to court seeking orders to compel Mr Khaemba to settle Sh236,000 to cater for the child's welfare, which include accrued rent of Sh146,000, utilities at Sh20,000, food Sh50,000 and entertainment Sh20,000.
Currently, several well-known politicians have found themselves in trouble after some young ladies went to court seeking justice over neglect after siring kids with these politicians.
This interesting development has sparked serious uproar across the internet with netizens airing some varied views.
Maiba... Kenyan men are now crossing the borders and going international
James... This is an Internarional issue. It requires approaches of International Relations & Diplomacy.
Martin... That's how Kenyan government support these guys for night out hehehe
Mark... So not only that he represented the people of Trans Nzoia but also the whole country at the international stage. Busy guy.
Odimu.... Self test kit are available afanye ile kitu
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