On December 13, 2022, an unnamed woman caused confusion and commotion in Nairobi’s Central Business District (CBD) after she sat outside a prominent government's office dressed in full wedding gown.
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While she camped outside the office located in Jogoo house where her baby daddy who happens to be a police officer is attached, she started accusing him of neglecting his responsibility as a father.
In bid to attract a huge audience, she was accompanied by her two children and an infant whom she claimed was sick.
"This man has refused to take care of the children. We have had nothing to eat for days and that forced me to come here. This child (infant) is sick and I do not have money for treatment." She said while holding the infant with bitterness.
She further accused her baby daddy's bosses for protecting the man who sired the children with her.
"The father of my children is a police officer and his seniors are protecting him.” She added.
She also pleaded with the head of state and Interior CS Kithure Kindiki to intervene and rescue her from the situation.
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