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A Man Suing The Family And Demanding The "Firstborn Share" Of The Money Claims To Be Kibaki's Son

A 62-year-old man who claims to be the late President Mwai Kibaki's biological son filed a lawsuit against the family to find out if the third President of Kenya left him any of his riches.

Jacob Ocholla Mwai has petitioned the Nyeri Family Court to force the Kibaki family to acknowledge him as the firstborn son and give him an equal portion of the late President's enormous riches.

Mr. Ocholla has filed a succession dispute order through his attorneys Omoke Morara and Ms. Peacela Atim to force Kibaki's children Judy Kibaki, David Kagai, Jimmy Kibaki, and Anthony Githinji to start dispersing the former President's fortune.

Ocholla asserts in his case, which was filed last week, that he worries about being overlooked throughout the succession process.

That despite numerous attempts, the Citor (Ocholla Mwai) has not been able to connect with the Citees (Kibaki Children). The Citor is concerned that the Citees may move forward with the succession process without consulting him and that, although being entitled to a share of the estate, he may be excluded from it, according to court filings.

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