A woman paralysed in Nairobi’s Central Business District (CBD) on Tuesday after staging a sit-in at Jogoo house to demand audience with man she claimed was her baby daddy, Nairobi County.
Downed in a wedding gown, the lady whose identity was withheld for security reasons, sat outside Jogoo House and blamed her baby daddy of abandoning his responsibility.
Flanked by two kids and an infant, the lady argued that the dad to her kids was a police officer attached to an office within the premises.
Jogoo house us used by police officers and officers drawn from the Ministry of Education.
“I have been undergoing alot for years and am overwhelmed. I want President Ruto or (Interior Cabinet Secretary) Kithure Kindiki to assist me,” she cried.
“The father (my baby daddy) has declined to take care of the kids. We don’t have anything to eat for two weeks and that prompted me to reach this point . This kid (pointing at the infant) is unwell and I don't have money to take him to hospital. My baby daddy is a police officer and his seniors don't want to produce him.”
This resulted in a huge traffic snarl-up along the busy street in the afternoon prompting police officers controlling traffic around the area to help.
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