Senate Speaker Ken Lusaka admits to be the father of the unborn child after woman sued him for Ksh.25M

The Senate Speaker Kenneth Lusaka on Wednesday, July, 2021 admitted to be the father of the unborn child he sired with a woman who sued him demanding Ksh. 25 million in child support.

Through his lawyer Peter Wanyama, Lusaka has agreed to cater for the child’s pre-natal care during the mention of the case. He added that other issues would be settled once the baby is born.

“It’s not correct that my client can’t make prenatal expenses ….that has been sorted …And we are saying let’s wait for the baby to be born… who can buy a house within seven days?” Lawyer Wanyama said.

The woman, through her lawyer Danstan Omari had sued the speaker seeking child support of Ksh.200,000 monthly or a lump sum pay of Ksh. 25 million.

She had claimed that Lusaka had declined to take up his responsibility by providing for her and the needs of the unborn child.

However, Lusaka through his lawyer Peter Wanyama told the court that the parties in the case have engaged in serious discussion with a view of entering a final consent.

“My client has advised me to tell the court that he’s engaging the lady concerning issues of birth maintenance… My client has an open mind… The issues of maintenance of the child will be addressed..,” lawyer Peter Wanyama said.

The woman through her Lawyer, also wants the speaker to buy her house matching the standard of where other Lusaka’s children are staying within seven days, a demand that has been opposed by the Speaker.

“My client has involved us lawyers to have the matter settled… The lady is three months pregnant… Because of this, it is true we are urging the court to adjourn the matter. I don’t think seven days will be sufficient,” the court was told.

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    Written by Kennedy Omondi

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