Why actress Nyaboke Moraa was blocked from burying her baby daddy coach Benjamin Ayimba
Former Tahidi High actress Nyaboke Moraa photo
Former Tahidi High actress Nyaboke Moraa. FILE



Former Tahidi High actress Nyaboke Moraa reveals that she was blocked from laying to rest her baby daddy former Kenya rugby coach Benjamin Ayimba by his sister.


Speakingg to the media in an interview with Massawe Japanni, Moraa clarified the fallout she underwent after Ayimba’s death a few weeks ago.


Moraa said she met Ayimba weeks after she divorced her first husband of seven years.


They fell in love and resided together for eight years before they separated in 2018 with two kids together.


Former Tahidi High actress Nyaboke Moraa photo with Benjamin Anyimba



"He made advances and I originally declined since I had divorced with my first baby daddy," she said.


Moraa said she believed she was his second wife but it came out she was third wife.


"He has about ten children with numerous women. Our love was okay but we had various challenges and after eight years, around 2018, we went different ways," she said.



"There were 30 policemen at the compound during the burial. They asked me what I was doing there. I said I had brought my kids to say bye to their dad. You know my kids had kept on asking me if we will be going to church to see daddy," she said.


"After push and pull at the gate, the cops authorized us in. I went to the tent, I was too weak at the time.

Former Tahidi High actress Nyaboke Moraa


"Some people were saying I was the one who killed him. The police were told I was coming to cause chaos, yet there was no money to fight for."


She laments that Ayimba’s family did not help her.


"I have been to Ayimba’s home three times before. His mom and dad did not say anything yet they saw what I went through. I have lived with these people for a long time and even lived with one of Ayimba’s kids for eight years yet they didn’t protect me."


"We wanted to take photos at the grave after he’d been laid to rest but my kids were originally banned. Ayimba’s sister called my kids Chokoras (street children) and ‘mistakes’. She insulted me so much. But I have pardoned her."

The actress revealed and portrayed the late Ayimba as a loving person.

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