Murunga’s Alleged Lover Moves to Stop His Burial

A woman has moved to court seeking to stop the burial of the late Matungu Member of Parliament Justus Murunga.

According to People Daily, the woman identified as Agnes Wangui Wambiri, claims that she has been in an intimate relationship with the late MP for 7 years.

In a sworn affidavit, Wambiri wants Murunga’s two widows barred from conducting the burial ceremony of the late MP until the issue was heard and determined.

The woman filed the case at the Milimani Law Courts on Wednesday, November 18.

She claimed that she sired two children with the late MP, further accusing Murunga’s official windows, Christabel Murunga and Grace Murunga of conspiring to deny her and her children access and participation in the burial arrangements and the actual burial event.

Wambiri also wants the court to grant her permission for collection of DNA samples from the deceased and the minors to ascertain their paternity.

The lady stated in court documents that her two children are biological children of the deceased and thus should be allowed to bury their father.

Wambiri further claimed that she has lived with the late MP for seven years and they met in 2012 at Embakasi Ranching where the late Murunga was a supervisor.

Matungu MP Justus Murunga Makokha. Photo/Courtesy

She stated that the late MP rented a house for her and their son at Ruai in May 2016 they have been living since.

The lady also said that Murunga used to send her the monthly rent and maintenance costs for their child via her M-pesa numbers.”

“I first encountered the deceased in the year 2012 when he was a supervisor at Embakasi Ranching. I was a businesswoman engaged in rendition of beverages and snacks within sewage area in Ruai,” Wambiri said.

Wambiri also stated that the two started having troubles in their relationship after Murunga was elected Matungu MP in 2017.

“The deceased never wanted the public nor his family to learn of the existence of these two children, and even denied me his identification card for purposes of procuring birth certificates for the children However, after several talks and mutual agreement the deceased resumed supporting the children but in a staggered manner up until his sudden demise on 14th November 2020,” she claimed.

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