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Itumbi sued by unknown woman over child support

Dennis Itumbi, former State House Digital Director has been sued over child support by an unknown woman.

Through her lawyer, the woman is said to be demanding child support for their alleged baby in documents as revealed by Daily Nation.

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Itumbi is further accused of neglecting to offer any form of support even before the child was born.

The lawyer now claims her clients request monthly upkeep of Ksh 50,000 which will include house help salary, rent and shopping for the baby.

Also read: Dennis Itumbi released on Ksh 100,000 cash bail

The lady in question is said to have stopped working before she delivered making it had to provide for the baby.

She also demands Dennis to surrender his National Identity Card to be used in the registration of their alleged baby.

The news comes barely a day after DNA samples from the late Kibra MP Ken Okoth revealed that he was indeed the father to Nairobi MCA Ann Thumbi.

Also read: Ken Okoth DNA results match MCA Thumbi’s son

A meeting between both sides is said to have held a closed-door meeting before it was decided that DNA samples will be collected.

Ann Thumbi came into the limelight following revelations of their affair with the late Kibra MP during his memorial service.

The Nairobi Governor further pledged to expose dead beat leaders who have abandoned their duties.

In a social message, Sonko said he has already received information and evidence of some leaders and he will reveal them soon.

At the moment he is seeking legal advice from legal teams to have the accused surrender DNA samples for testing.

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