In a strange turn of events, Collins Kibet Moi on Friday requested a Nakuru Court to conduct DNA testing before proceeding with a paternity case in which his estranged wife Ms. Gladys Jeruto Tagi is suing for upkeep. Collins Kibet Moi. Through his lawyer Ndegwa Kiarie Mr. Moi requested for the DNA test before the Shs 1 million paternity case filed by his estranged wife Ms. Gladys Jeruto Tagi against him can proceed.
Former President Daniel Arap Moi's grandson Collins Kibet Moi sired two children with a lady identified as Gladys Jeruto Tagi. Tagi sued Collins because according to her he is not a responsible father to their two children. During a court hearing in Nakuru on Thursday 9 September, Collins defended himself claiming that he is broke and cannot afford to fully support his children.
A grandson of former President Daniel Arap Moi has at long last consented to pay upkeep for his two kids. He has, however, dismissed Ksh1 million monthly upkeep his estranged spouse was demanding in the case. Collins Kibet Toroitich Moi, while showing up before the Nakuru Court on Thursday, September 2, expressed he is prepared to help the two kids he sired with his antagonized wife, Gladys Jeruto Tagi.
As indicated by court papers, Toroitich wedded Gladys Jeruto Tagi - a Baringo-based legislator - in 2008 however later isolated following four years.The two sired a kid and a young lady.Tagi, in her application, noticed that Toroitich had never assumed liability for the two youngsters in spite of being a well-off finance manager.
Former president Daniel Arap Moi's grandson suffered a huge blow in a court case that involved child support. Collins Kibet Toroitich Moi had sought an out of court settlement of the matter but the court declined. He had requested to have the case to filed by Gladys Jeruto Tagi, the mother of his two children, to be done through mediation.
This is after the court declined to grant Mr Collins Kibet Toroitich Moi’s request to have the case filed by Ms Gladys Jeruto Tagi, the mother of his two children, arbitrated through mediation His lawyer, who appeared before Resident Magistrate Benjamin Limo, requested to be allowed to engage Ms Tagi’s lawyer to see if they can reach an out of court settlement.
A grandson of former President Daniel Arap Moi by the name Collins Kibet Toroitich Moi, has finally agreed to pay child upkeep for his two children. This is after being pushed to the wall by the court. Although he has accepted, he has rejected Ksh1 million monthly upkeep his estranged wife was demanding in the case.
The grandson to the late President Daniel Moi is now walking a tightrope after a woman he sired two children with threatened to file another case against him for failing to honor a date with DNA experts as ordered by the court. Toroitich was supposed to appear at the Lancet laboratories on Friday, June 18 as ordered by Nakuru-based senior magistrate Benjamin Limo but the businessman did not show up much to the anger of his former wife.
The late President's grandson Collins Toroitich has been sued for reportedly neglecting and abandoning his two children.The children are said to be of ages 11 and 9 respectively.Their mother, Ms Gladys Jeruto Tagi, claims that Mr Toroitich has abandoned his responsibilities over his children.
Former President Daniel Arap Moi's grandson, Collins Kibet Moi, is the biological father to two children sired with a Baringo politician.DNA test results show that Kibet sired the two children with Gladys Jeruto Tagi. The children were at the centre of contention after the politician sued Kibet for negligence, accusing him of abandoning his fatherly responsibilities.According to the Nation, the DNA test results returned a 99.9 percent probability.
The Former President Daniel Arap Moi's grandson, Collins Kibet, was found guilty of neglecting two children that he sired with Baring politician Gladys Jeruto Tagi after DNA test results showed that he is the father of the two. Photo courtesy The DNA test results returned a 99.9 percent probability that Kibet was the father according to the local newspaper.
Things move from bad to worse for former President Daniel Moi’s grandson Collins Toroitich in a child upkeep case filed by a local female politician. This is after Mr Toroitich failed to appear at the Hospital for DNA sampling and testing to ascertain if indeed he sired the two children with Gladys Jeruto Tagi.
The late president Daniel Arap Moi's grandson Collins Toroitich has been sued for reportely neglecting his children.He was sued by one lady who claims that he neglected his duties as a parent and left them all to her.Image: Courtesy Gladys Jeruto Tagi blamed Toroitich, the child of late Jonathan Toroitich, of ignoring their two kids; 11-years-old and 9-years-old.
Kenyans won't believe that a grandson of any former President can be irresponsible and run away from their parental responsibilities, but they are the worst characters.Former President Moi's grandson and son to the late Jonathan Toroitich, Collins Toroitich, is a man in trouble for abandoning and neglecting his two children.