Court orders ex-governor Patrick Khaemba pay KSh 236,000 to Ugandan woman's child upkeep
Ex-governor Patrick Khaemba.



She said in court, via the representation of her attorney John Bororio, that ex-governor Patrick Khaemba had not provided the money necessary for the child's maintenance since 2013.
 


The woman had petitioned the court for orders to compel Mr. Khaemba to pay the sum of KSh 236,000 to provide for the child's welfare. 


This sum is comprised of the accumulated costs of Ksh 146,000 in rent, Ksh 20,000 in utility costs, Ksh 50,000 in food costs, and Ksh 20,000 in entertainment costs.


A court in Kitale, Kenya, has ordered Patrick Khaemba, the former governor of Trans Nzoia, to pay a lady KSh 236,000 every month for her maintenance.


The lady, who is originally from Uganda, has initiated legal action against the former governor to get child support payments.


She said in court, via the representation of her attorney John Bororio, that Khaemba had not provided the money necessary for the child's maintenance since 2013.


The woman had petitioned the court for orders to compel Khaemba to settle the sum of KSh236,000 to provide for the child's welfare.


 
This sum is comprised of the accumulated rent of KSh146,000, utilities at KSh20,000, KSh50,000 (food), and an entertainment allowance of KSh20,000. 


In addition, the woman had requested that Khaemba be required to pay an entertainment allowance of KSh 20,000.



She further informed the judge that the child suffers from a medical problem that necessitates the implementation of a particular diet, which has ballooned into an astronomically costly expense.



According to documentation that was submitted to the court, the lady gave birth to Khaemba's kid in 2013.



The lady claims that Khaemba has abandoned his paternal responsibilities, forcing her to care for the kid on her own, and she accuses him of ignoring her calls and texts relating to the maintenance of the child.


The judge issued an order that the defendant is granted legal custody of the child as well as care for the child while awaiting the outcome of the hearing and investigation into the situation.


Additionally, the politician was instructed to immediately begin paying the minor's school tuition and fulfill any other necessary school obligations.

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