Siring a child out of marriage is a thing that comes with lots of responsibilities which have to be managed or else the law will force one to take care of their duties.
Prominent City Bishop of the House of Grace Church, David Muriithi was sued by Judy Mutave Muasya, a woman who alleged that she sired a baby with him but he is failing to take responsibility of the child's upkeep.
According to Pulse Live Kenya, Judy demanded Bishop David Muriithi to be providing Kenyan shillings 100k per month to cater for the child's requirements.
The lady stated that the money will cater for; school fees, Ksh1,000 for salon, Ksh5,000 for entertainment, Ksh3,000 for utilities and Ksh2,000 for her son’s toys, Ksh20, 000 for food and shopping, Ksh35, 000 for house rent, Ksh11, 000 for clothing and Ksh10, 000 for the house help.
The lady has come out to claim that her live is now in danger as she is receiving some threats from people alleged to be close to the Bishop.
Take a look at some photos of Judy;
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