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MUTULA KILONZO JUNIOR PATERNITY CASE GETS UGLY

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Makueni Senator Mutula Kilonzo Junior in major fix even after paying more than Kshs 10 million.

Mutula Kilonzo Junior reportedly paid a lady named Victoria Ndunge Musyoka 150,000 shillings to terminate her pregnancy almost four years back. There are reports he has since given up almost Kshs 10 million if not more to keep everything under wraps.

The politician and the said woman are in a legal deadlock after the Senator refused to take care of the baby girl who is now 3 years old.

According to reports, Junior says that the child resembles another man and he will not be duped into paying for her upkeep.

In a witness statement, the Senator admits that he gave Victoria some money to terminate the pregnancy. She allegedly declined to terminate and carried the baby. To make matters worse, she refuses to take a paternity test.

There are confirmed reports that Victoria Ndunge Musyoka works for jubilee. That, Mutula Kilonzo jr might have been set up as a punishment to embarrass him into submission as a Senator for Makueni.

It seems that the matter will remain unresolved for some time, we will keep you posted as the matter evolves.

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How Mutula Junior ended up giving KSh. 10 million to a woman he slept with for only one night

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Makueni Senator Mutula Kilonzo Junior in major fix. 

As the court battle between Makueni Senator Mutula Kilonzo Junior and Victoria Ndunge Musyoka over the paternity of a baby claimed to have been fathered by Mutula Junior continue, details have now emerged that the senator of Makueni may have given out cash and goods to Victoria amounting to at least Sh. 10 million if not more.

The senator accuses Victoria of making unnecessary demands like a car barely a month after they had met and insisting that the child be introduced to his legal wife.

The car, a Toyota Premio, was bought for her at a cost Sh1.8 million according to a parental agreement dated August 31, 2014.

Besides buying Victoria land and taking a medical cover for the child, both for in-patient and outpatient, the parental agreement also states that “our client took a life assurance plan with the child as the only beneficiary for 15 years for a sum of Sh5,000,000.”

In a witness statement, the Senator admits that he paid Sh150,000 to Victoria Ndunge Musyoka to terminate the pregnancy. The woman however allegedly carried the pregnancy to full term, but the baby she gave birth to reportedly resembled another man.

“That family members of the respondent (Victoria) have severally advised the applicant (Mutula Junior) that the child was not born prematurely, and that he was not the biological father. Further, the child’s real father resembles the child, and had been in a long-term relationship with the respondent in 2012, and was well known to members of her family. They have also provided the applicant with electronic and written evidence of their assertions,” states Mutula Junior’s in his affidavit prepared by Kilonzo & Company Advocates.

He claims he started doubting whether he was the biological father after the child was born 24 weeks after their first and last intimate encounter. Mutula Junior argues he could not have been the father of the girl since a full term pregnancy lasts 40 weeks.

Mutula Junior says that Victoria also lied that the baby was put in an incubator soon after birth.

“The plaintiff (Ndunge) then demanded for approximately Sh150,000 from the defendant (Mutula Junior) to get rid of the pregnancy. The defendant, a married man, who had no intention to enter into or maintain a relationship with the plaintiff paid to her the amount in full,” reads Mutula Junior’s witness statement.

Mutula Junior’s lawyer, who is his sister, Kethi Kilonzo, argues that, “The plaintiff states that the defendant has since 2014 failed to provide medical records of the child and to produce the child for a paternity test as he suspects that he is not the biological father of the child.”

The politician says that his name does not appear in the Notification of Birth and Birth Certificate. The child was born at the Nairobi Hospital on May 4, 2013.

He apparently learnt of the baby’s birth through a text message from Victoria. The SMS was sent on March 8, 2013 as Mutula Junior was delivering a speech at the funeral service of his late father (Mutula Kilonzo).

It seems that the matter will remain unresolved for some time, we will keep you posted as the matter evolves.

Read more >>> 10 PHOTOS OF THE HOT LADY THAT MUTULA KILONZO JNR IMPREGNATED AND DUMPED!

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Victoria Ndunge Musyoka got more than Kshs 10 million from Senator Mutula to keep everything under wraps in Nairobi. However, Vic left the cat out of the bag when she went to the media to demand more in addition to filing a law suit. 
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Senator accuses Victoria Ndunge Musyoka of making unnecessary demands like a car barely a month after they had met and insisting that the child be introduced to his legal wife (seen here).
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Kalonzo in Major water as Murkomen is not happy with Kalonzo’s new party name

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Elgeyo Marakwet Senator Kipchumba Murkomen

Days after the launch of ONE KENYA MOVEMENT (OKM), Elgeyo Marakwet Senator Kipchumba Murkomen has written to the Registrar of Political Parties objecting against Wiper Leader Kalonzo Musyoka’s plans to re-brand his party to One Kenya Movement (OKM).

Murkomen claims that if Musyoka is allowed to change his party’s name to OKM, he will suffer financial and personal loss.

In the letter to the registrar, Murkomen says ‘OKM’, representing his full name – Onesmus Kipchumba Murkomen – is his trademark which he has used since 2010 to brand his political career.

“We believe that the intention of Wiper Democratic Movement to rebrand to One Kenya Movement and further use the abbreviation OKM, is mischievous, and aimed at exploiting our clients well-known political brand,” reads part of the letter drawn by Sing’oei Murkomen & Sigei advocates.

“Our client will suffer great financial and personal loss by the continued usage of OKM by Wiper Democratic Movement in their political activities.”

The Senate Majority leader says he has been using ‘OKM’ for philanthropic support towards education, entertainment, sports and cultural activities.

“The mark is popularly associated with our client by millions of people in Kenya given our clients prominence in society and as leader of the Majority Party in the Senate,” says Murkomen.

Kalonzo announced on Monday that Wiper is set to re-brand to One Kenya Movement (OKM), saying he had been “thinking and dreaming” of fashioning the party into a national outfit that could unite the country.

“We are going to re-brand and I propose that because we have brought closure to the 2017 election cycle, we now rebrand and I will be calling a delegates conference where we now look at Wiper. Our clarion will now be One Kenya Movement. This is what I have been thinking and dreaming of,” said Kalonzo.

He was addressing a convention of leaders from the Kamba community in Machakos.

The Wiper leader said he would be traversing the country as he seeks to reach out to all Kenyans and have them be part of the One Kenya Movement.

The Elgeyo Marakwet Senator termed the move by Musyoka to re-brand to OKM as mischievous and aimed at exploiting his well-known political brand.

“Our client will suffer great financial and personal loss by the continued usage of OKM by the Wiper Party in their political activities,” the letter added.

Read more >>> THE KOMAROCK DECLARATION: THE NOBLE CAUSE OF UNITING KAMBA COMMUNITY

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Kalonzo Musyoka (seen here) announced on Monday that Wiper is set to re-brand to One Kenya Movement (OKM), saying he had been “thinking and dreaming” of fashioning the party into a national outfit that could unite the country.

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Good News! Top UAE Official Sheikh Khalid Visits Miguna, Takes Him To Hospital

Finally, the professional and humane side of the United Arab Emirates exhibits itself.

A senior government official, Sheikh Khalid, is escorting me to go get proper medical tests and treatment arising from the barbaric assault, torture and chemical poisoning by the tyrannical Jubilee regime.

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THE CIVIL SOCIETY WILL NOT SUPPORT THE AGREEMENT “BUILDING BRIDGES” THAT PRESIDENT UHURU KENYATTA AND OPPOSITION CHIEF RAILA ODINGA SIGNED ON MARCH 9, 2018 due to violations

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DATED AND ISSUED ON THIS 1ST DAY OF APRIL, 2018

THE CIVIL SOCIETY WILL NOT SUPPORT THE AGREEMENT “BUILDING BRIDGES” THAT PRESIDENT UHURU KENYATTA AND OPPOSITION CHIEF RAILA ODINGA SIGNED ON MARCH 9, 2018 IF IT DOES NOT LEAD TO RESPECT FOR HUMAN RIGHTS AND FUNDAMENTAL FREEDOMS, THE RULE OF LAW AND INDEPENDENCE OF THE JUDICIARY

The Civil Society will not support the agreement, ‘Building Bridges’ that President Uhuru Kenyatta and opposition chief and former Prime Minister Raila Odinga signed as it cannot lead to greater respect for human rights, the rule of law and good governance, let alone uniting the country.

Moreover, the civil society will support the agreement only if implementation of the Public Benefit Organizations Act is part of the agenda and the government commits to create an enabling environment for the sector just as it has done for other actors in the development and governance processes.

After the events of the last one week surrounding the return of political activist Miguna Miguna, the Civil Society Reference Group (CSRG) is convinced that the Jubilee government is irredeemably despotic and incapable of midwifing the raft of reforms and transformation envisaged in the agreement.

As such, the CSRG calls on the former Prime Minister to tread carefully and not to hesitate to abandon the handshake and the agreement thereto altogether if the Jubilee government continues on its well-trodden path of dictatorship, disregard of the rule of law and impunity, and instead form an alliance with the civil society as the only viable option of continuing the struggle for the much needed reforms in the country’s governance structures and systems.

It is unthinkable that President Uhuru Kenyatta failed to seize the opportunity that came with the return of Miguna Miguna and demonstrate to the country and the world that he had the political will to take the country forward, more so after agreeing to work together with the opposition leader whose swearing in, and not Miguna’s renunciation of citizenship is the cause of his (Miguna’s) tribulations.

If the mistreatment that Miguna Miguna was subjected to at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport and which he continues to suffer in a foreign airport is being meted out on him because of his role in the swearing in of Raila Odinga as the People’s President, then one can only conclude that President Kenyatta did not wholeheartedly shake hands with the former Prime Minister and still holds grudges that will impede the implementation of the agreement he claims to have struck with the opposition leader.

Allowing the police to turn the country’s busiest international airport and get-way to the world into a battle field with its own citizens is the least Kenyans expected the Jubilee government to engage in at this point in time when the economy and the country’s international standing was beginning to recover from prolonged and mismanaged presidential elections that had to be repeated after nullification by the Supreme Court.

If the amount of violence that the police visited upon journalists and lawyers whose only “crime” if at all was to do that which they are trained as professionals to do is anything to go by, and coming so soon even as the country struggles to recover from police brutality during the 2017 elections for which the Presidency is on record “commending the police for a job well done”, then the former Prime Minister is better forewarned not to lend credibility and legitimacy to a regime that is not schooled in the language of dialogue and which, without even the slightest provocation, does not hesitate to apply crude tactics and unmitigated violence on its own citizens with such impunity.

Contrary to what the former Prime Minister may have been made to believe, that working with the government and filling its credibility and legitimacy deficit will help cement his legacy, it is now clear that the Jubilee government is only interested in using the opposition leader’s reform credentials to attract financial support for its grandiose infrastructure projects while still perpetuating misrule, theft and plunder of public resources and violation of human rights and fundamental freedoms with impunity.

If the so called agreement was about the rule of law, how come the Cabinet Secretary for Interior and Coordination of National Government Fred Matiang’i, Inspector General of Police Joseph Boinnet and the Principal Secretary in charge of Immigration Gordon Kihalangwa could defy court orders, and deport Miguna Miguna to Dubai without the presidency uttering a word? It can only mean that the presidency authored the script and cannot disown itself even in the face of public outrage and international embarrassment.

Signed by:

Suba Churchill

Presiding Convener
Civil Society Reference Group

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Gatundu South MP Mr Moses Kuria arrested in Dubai

72C5A48A-5A88-4AA0-88BE-691D726512BB.jpegMember of parliament for Gatundu South Mr Moses Kuria is alleged to have been arrested in Dubai earlier on thursday. The reason for arrest is still unclear, he was however released shortly after questioning a sign that his trouble with the law was short lived.

He had travelled on the same flight that NRM general Miguna Miguna had boarded during his second deportation. Hon Kuria was flying economy together with his family of two fat sons and fat wife- see photos below. A source told this writer that Kuria is on Easter vacation with family.

Kuria and Miguna were together and he went ahead to record videos of Miguna making numerous calls and an impromptu speech condemning the act by Kenyan government to deport him.

Hon Kuria worked in the middle east in his earlier years as banker and business developer therefore Dubai is like his second home.

Meanwhile Matiangi and Boinett have been fined shs 200,000 each to be deducted from their next month’s salaries for failing to act as per court orders,senior counsel James Orengo insisted that the trio involved in security must serve the jail term as an example to others who think that contempt of court orders is not a crime.

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