A Bungoma business mogul has left netizens talking after he allegedly threw wife out of a speeding vehicle when she refused to take him to his parents then proceeded to take her two children.
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Moses Nandalwe, the businessman, allegedly threw out his ex-wife taking her children who are still in need of motherly care.
“Elizabeth submitted a report that yesterday at around 1000hrs she met with her ex-husband one Moses Nandalwe who requested to see their two children aged one year and two and half years. The said husband requested her to escort him to the airport and on reaching Nyayo stadium, he took her mobile phone and threw her out of the vehicle as he left with the two children,” the police report read in part.
Confirming the incident is the Industrial Area Inspector, Timon Ondigo who said that the victim reported that she got married to the businessman as a second wife but later got divorced due marital squabbles.
Timon however promised to get to the root of the matter as soon as investigation are complete.
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