Speaker accused of denying widows inheritance
14 January 2016, 11:43
Nakuru - Seven widows of the late Kihika Kimani on Wednesday accused Nakuru assembly Speaker Susan Kihika of using her office to disinherit them.
The angry women accused the Speaker of who is the daughter of the late Kihika of sabotaging them every time they try to inherit their property.
Margret Wambui said the Speaker was working closely with her mother to swindle them of their property.
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“We can no longer continue allowing the Speaker to use her office to stop us from inheriting our property,” she said.
Wambui said that they all have legal documents to acquire their inheritance but Susan has been blocking them from accessing it since she is in power.
The women said if the Speaker and her mother will not allow them to access their inheritance, they will take legal action against the two women.
Attempts to get a comment from the Speaker hit a snag as her phone went an answered.For the latest on national news, politics, sport, entertainment and more follow us on Twitter and like our Facebook page!
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