Mrs Kerubo Chweya Threatens to go to Court for Recognition Adding She has Another Son With Nyachae
By PaparazziwaMtaa | self meida writer
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Woman identified as Mrs Kerubo Chweya now says that she has another son with the late cabinet minister Simeon Nyachae.
Apart from giving birth to Rodney Nyachae she adds that the late sired with her second son called Nyandusi Nyachae.She also says that Mzee facilitated her to go to the US where she has been living with the two sons and have been very close till his death.
Mrs Kerubo will now move to court to get recognized as Nyachae's wife so that his two sons could inherit family property.
This woman had claimed that she was prevented from attending his husband's burial at home when she stormed into the Gusii stadium where the ceremony was held.
His firstborn son Rodney Nyachae is said to be 47 years old.This leaves many wondering where they have been all that time for them to appear during the burial.
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