Maina Kageni and Kingangi had an interesting conversation today about men taking care of their kids without dealing with the mothers.
Maina was shocked that many men claimed that they prefer keeping the kids they sire without their mother being involved.
Maina was however impressed that late Kibra MP, Ken Okoth had put his son in his will, unlike many fathers who have children outside their accepted marriages.
Okoth’s is a rare case in the political circles as many of our leaders most times do not include kids they got on the side in their wills.
This isn’t the first time that a politician’s death has occasioned stories about kids they might have had with other women.
George Kariuki Njoroge gained national attention when he went to court to block the burial of former minister William ole Ntimama. He sought to extract DNA from the body for a paternity test but the courts refused his request.
Another alleged illegitimate son was for late billionaire Njenga Karume. His alleged son Edwin Thuo claimed that the former minister paid him and his mother Sh5 million “to silence them”.
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