Just In: Reports Emerges On What Kibaki's Children Have Done After Being Ordered To Undergo DNA Test
Today, reports have emerged on what the four children of the former president of this country, hon Mwai Kibaki has done after being ordered by the court to undergo DNA tests. As reported by the Business Daily newspaper, the four children of Kibaki have refused to go for this test after the court ordered for this test so as to establish whether two other people who have been claiming to be Kibaki's children were really sired by Kibaki.
Stories about how Mwai Kibaki, the country's ex-president, distributed his fortune to the poor surfaced few days after his death. Having held elective positions for decades, the exact amount of his wealth is unknown, but it is likely to be in the hundreds of millions.
Life without love is like a tree without blossoms or fruit and the best thing to hold onto in life is each other. President Uhuru, Mwai Kibaki and Raila Odinga have demonstrated this over the years and here is a glimpse of their wedding ceremonies which took place a long time ago. Former President Mwai Kibaki. He married the love of his life the late Lucy Kibaki back in 1962. As they say, whenever two people fall in love they bear the fruits of their love and for Kibaki's case, the union was blessed with four
President Uhuru Kenyatta is currently making a State of the nation address from State House in Nairobi county where he had some really disturbingly news to pass on to the nation. In the state of the nation address, president Uhuru Kenyatta has announced that retired president Mwai Kibaki is dead.
A 62-year-old man claiming to be Kenya's third president Mwai Kibaki's biological son has filed a lawsuit against the president's family in an effort to determine whether Kibaki left him any of his riches. Jacob Ocholla Mwai has petitioned the Nyeri Family Court to compel the Kibaki family to accept him as the firstborn son and give him an equal share of the late president's immense fortune.
Jacob Ochola Aged 62 Who Claims To Be Late President Kibaki's Son Moves To Court Seeking Inheritance
Jacob Ochola; a 62-year-old man claiming to be the first-born child of the late president Mwai Kibaki has filed a court petition in an effort to gain acknowledgment from Kibaki's relatives and a share of the former head of state's estate; which is reputedly worth billions of shillings.
Mwai Kibaki, Kenya's former president, died on Friday, February 22nd, at the age of 90. President Uhuru Kenyatta announced his death. Kibaki, Kenya's third president, will be remembered by many Kenyans for his wit and charisma, which won him many admirers.
Mwai Kibaki was the third president of Kenya, he is highly remembered and respected for his good leadership skills as we can say he was a leader with less drama but more development. Mwai Kibaki attended Gatuyaini school for the first two years and later joined Karima mission school for the three more years of primary school.later moved to Mathari School which is now Nyeri high school between 1944 and 1946 for Standard four to six, where, in addition to his academic studies, he learnt carpentry and masonry
A 62-year-old man who claims to be the late President Mwai Kibaki's biological son filed a lawsuit against the family to find out if the third President of Kenya left him any of his riches. Jacob Ocholla Mwai has petitioned the Nyeri Family Court to force the Kibaki family to acknowledge him as the firstborn son and give him an equal portion of the late President's enormous riches.
In an effort to learn whether Mwai Kibaki left any of his wealth to him, a 62-year-old man claiming to be the biological son of Kenya's third president has sued Kibaki's family. Jacob Ocholla Mwai has filed a petition with the Nyeri Family Court requesting that it order the Kibaki family to recognize him as the firstborn son and grant him an equal portion of the late president's enormous wealth.
This afternoon, Kenyans have been send into a deep mourning after His Excellent Uhuru Kenyatte announced the death of the third president of Kenya, Emilio Stanley Mwai Kibaki. Mwai Kibaki served as the third president of Kenya from 200s to 2013. Emilio Stanley had previous served as the Vice President of Kenya for ten years from 1978 to 1988 under the late President Daniel Moi.