In an affidavit filed before the Nairobi Children’s court by Suyianka Lempaa , the woman is seeking a monthly maintenance fee of Ksh.320,000 and an annual school fee of Ksh.600,000.
The sum will cover expenses such as food and shopping, rent, security, clothing and housekeeping, entertainment, medical coverage, education, transportation, and utilities.
According to court papers, the woman, 24, was together with Mbaru in 2017 until her son was born in 2018.
Mbaru then allegedly gave power of attorney to another man who would be a putative father, who would take the responsibility of a father, to the minor.
The putative father was required to pay Ksh.50,000 per month, which has not been remitted for the maintenance of the minor.
The woman further argues that Mbaru has declined to have his name included in the birth certificate as the biological father to the minor, denying identity.
“That on 1st September 2020 the 1st respondent instructed and gave power of attorney to one Eric Murimi Kaburu to be a putative father to the minor terms of which are not known in any law including the constitution of Kenya,” reads court papers.
She now says that Mbaru is a man of means and therefore capable of supporting the child without any difficulties, claiming that the minor is bound to suffer irreparably if her demands are not granted.
She also wants a DNA conducted and the putative father restrained from holding himself as a putative father to the minor as it will affect the mental, physical, and emotional well-being of the child
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