The former Trans Nzoia Governor Patrick Khaemba has been sued by a Ugandan woman over child support issues. The woman wants the former governor compelled to pay him a total of Ksh 236,000 monthly upkeep so that she can take care of their 9 year old a as well daughter.
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The lady explains that it's not possible for her to continue taking care of the kid all by herself. She is firm that she needs the support of the former governor because they sired their kids together.
The lady from Uganda is heavily convinced that her child belongs to former governor Patrick Khaemba and must have her issues taken care of. It's a fact that most leaders sire kids but again fail to take care of their needs.
The former governor of Trans Nzoia has not denied the charges as accused clearly demonstrating that he could be culpable. It's a fact that the court is determined to see justice dispensed given the high profile of the former governor who is very close to the government of president William Ruto.
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