The "Mpango Wa Kandos" Are Taking Kenyan Waheshimiwa By Storm...

Uko na watoto…why marry though? Obviously the mpango is marrying u 4 money. Bonobo akipata pesa anaanzanga hii ujinga.

Lakini huyo ndaowo ni fala you can’t just neglect your kids like that,ata kama mama ni mbaya,at least give them the life they always had. He should have let them stay at his home then build another property for his mpango.

[SIZE=7]‘Official’ Wife Blasts MP Murunga’s Lover During Burial[/SIZE]

The late Matungu MP Justus Matungu’s first wife Christabel Murunga addressed the parliamentarian’s alleged lover Agnes Wangui Wambiri during the funeral ceremony.

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The late Matungu MP Justus Matungu

Speaking at the funeral ceremony in Makunda village, Kakamega County, on Saturday, December 5, the widow dismissed claims that the deceased had married Wangui.

She stated that her husband had not introduced the woman who claimed to have two children with the MP to her or to members of the public - because he was happily married.

The MP had two known wives, Christabel and Grace Murunga, but Wangui has now sought to be recognized as the third wife in a case that is pending in court.

"This thing (relationship with Agnes Wangui) you are hearing on social media here and there, is like a shadow of Murunga the person.

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Agnes Wangui Wambiri, the alleged lover of late Matungu MP Justus Murunga

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Murunga’s widows Christabel Murunga and Grace Murunga speaking

"When you hear Wangui claiming that my husband denied her his ID card (so that she could inscribe his name on the birth certificates of their alleged children), or when you hear her claim that my husband refused to introduce her to the public, it shows that he respected me,” she stated.

“He was not ready to introduce another woman to me (because he loved me). And, that is why I am laying a flower on his grave today. He was a good husband to me, and a good father to my girls,” emphasized Christabel.

Christabel further eulogized her husband as a devoted leader and a loving father to their children.

“My dear husband was such a darling to me. He was responsible, so caring and so loving. He was a good father to my girls,” she stated.

She further gave a strong indication for vying for her husband’s seat during his burial ceremony.

“People of Matungu, I love you all. Now, I will double the love for you by adding his to mine.
Do not worry at all. I will try to fit in his shoes (politically),” she stated.

Taking to the podium, Kakamega Senator Cleophas Malala urged for the seat to be left for the ANC party.

“Just like Jubilee Party left the Msambweni seat for ODM, we urge ODM also not to field a candidate for the seat,” he stated.

The two widows of the late Matungu MP were embroiled in a court case with his lover and moved to have the orders lifted in a case filed by Wangui.

Christabel Murunga and Grace Murunga argued that the delay in the burial plans was causing the family unnecessary anguish.

“The sooner the deceased is left to rest in peace the better for everybody," they stated.

Wangui’s Vindicated:

DNA test results in the late Matungu MP Justus Murunga’s case with a lover have been released.

A report by K24 TV on Monday, December 14, revealed that the results confirmed that the lawmaker had sired a child with his lover identified as Agnes Wangui Wambiri.

It was revealed that the tests turned out 99.9% positive that one of her two children was fathered by Murunga.

“Based on the DNA profiles generated from the buccal swab sample obtained from XY and Justus Murunga, there are 99.9%+ more chances that Justus Murunga is the biological father of XY,” stated the paternity report.

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Agnes Wangui Wambiri, the alleged lover of late Matungu MP Justus Murunga

Wangui’s lawyer Danstan Omari, confirmed to [I]Kenyans.co.ke[/I] that the results for both the children were out, but declined to reveal further details.

In court papers, the woman noted that the MP had promised to settle down with her.

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Speaking at the funeral ceremony in Makunda village, Kakamega County, on Saturday, December 5, the MP’s first wife Christabel Murunga had dismissed claims that the deceased had married Wangui.

She stated that her husband had not introduced the woman who claimed to have two children with the MP to her or to members of the public - because he was happily married.

The MP had two known wives, Christabel and Grace Murunga, and Wangui sought to be recognised as the third wife in a case that is pending in court.

In a separate interview, Wangui disclosed that the MP fell in love with her while she worked as a food vendor.

Following their courtship, the MP moved Wangui and their two children to a three-bedroom apartment, where she lives to-date.

The MP would continue to pay the rent until his demise on November 14, at St Mary’s Hospital in Mumias, Kakamega County.