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Expectant woman sues speaker Ken Lusaka,demands KSh 25 million for child support

Senate Speaker Kenneth Lusaka has been accused of abandoning responsibilities for his unborn child by his alleged lover.

The woman, moved to court on Monday, June 21 seeking KSh 25 million meant for child support.

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According to the woman, the speaker should pay her KSh 25 million or an alternative of KSh 200,000 per month to cater the needs for their unborn child.

The woman complained that Lusaka has refused take responsibilities and support her and his unborn by providing the necessities.

That the respondent despite being a man of means, has refused and ignored to take care of the applicants pre-natal clinics necessary to ensure the wellbeing of the unborn child perhaps in the hope of stressing the applicant and causing a miscarriage of their unborn child,” reads the court documents.

The woman claimed that she has been going through pregnancy complications that she fears endanger the life of her unborn baby because Lusaka has denied associating with her in any manner but clearly knows they have been having unprotected carnal for years.

Parties have been having a jolly intimate affair punctuated with several instances of unprotected carnal knowledge since the year 2018 up until about two months ago, May 2021, when they disagreed strongly after the applicant disclosed that as a consequence of their unprotected sexual encounters , she had conceived a child,” read court papers.

The woman disclosed that she has been struggling to make ends meets owing to the fact that she is currently unemployed.

She asked the court to constraint Lusaka to pay the money to cover all the expenses of the unborn child to avoid future neglect.

Justice James Makau termed the matter urgent and asked the woman to serve Lusaka with the court papers.

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The case will be heard on July 7.

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