Many times, a man can have a child out of wedlock, but never bother to know their whereabouts.
Revealing about them and making them part of their family is a thing that many men can not find it easy to do.
This is because,most families will not easily adopt to the situation of them having another child added to their family.
The issues of inheritance becomes an Issues,more so when the father is rich.
For the Popular Kikuyu MC Karangu Wa Muraya, that is a non issue. He has even gone public with a revelation that he has a daughter out of wedlock.
According to a post on his Facebook page, Karangu wished her daughter named Shiru a happy birthday and requested men to take full responsibility of the children they sire out of wedlock.
"To fellow men, if you are blessed with a kid out of wedlock like me accept your mistake and refuse to be a deadbeat dad. Let's take responsibility of them and show them love coz one day they will also be a blessing to us," part of the post reads.
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