Kenyans who have been on toes following the upcoming of President Uhuru Kenyatta's paternity drama on Monday woke up to yet another surprise. The woman in question Everlyn Ikandi deleted the long Facebook post on her wall.
In her new post, Ikandi lauds Kenyans for helping her out of her stress. Many now think that she was pranking.
"Wakenya mna maneno,laleni basi.Asanteni kwa kunitolea stress" said her latest post.
Angry social media users have told her off for stretching the matter too far. Some believe she is unwell and should be helped immediately. However, those who believed her narration think that she was threatened to remove the post.
Ikandi had earlier accused the head of state of neglecting his parental duties after during two kids with her. The drama as it unfolded caused mixed reactions. Questions of how she met the President is still unanswered.
In another revelation, a friend of hers in a pregnancy post of the two children accused her of being used by her former husband. Sandra Akinyi asked Ikandi who the father was, she again asked how she could fall into a trap set by her former husband.
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