Nov 28, 2021

Mawazo Writing Africa

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Divorce suit against Francis Kaparo turns ugly

Mary Mpereina Kaparo has filed for divorce, accusing her husband of living with another woman in a house in Kiambu.

Ms. Kaparo says in court records that Mr. Kaparo, former chairman of the National Cohesion and Integration Commission, lives with the woman who identifies her as Korere Paulata in her home in Eden Ville.

She says her husband has admitted “that he has now married a Hon Korere Paulata” and previously admitted to “having affairs”. with women unknown to me ”.

She also wants her husband, who has expressed doubts about the paternity of some of her children, to have a DNA test.

In divorce papers in front of you Filed in a Kiambu court, Ms. Kaparo cites desertion, cruelty and adultery as grounds for divorce.

She says her marriage has bottomed out and cannot be saved, adding that she was under Samburu / Maasai in 1981. got married customs and then held a Catholic church wedding. They were blessed with four children: Bernard Kaparo, Stella Kaparo, Saidima Kaparo and Susan Kaparo.

Dishonesty and Immorality

Ms. Kaparo says the problems in their marriage began in 2017 and she tried to save it until Mr. Kaparo recently moved out of the house and started meeting another woman in Kiambu, where they both allegedly settled.

“I am deeply affected by the inhuman treatment , Dishonesty and immoral nature of the interviewee and finally leaving the marital home, “says Ms. Kaparo in court documents that were viewed by the nation.

” Several times the defendant disappeared from the marital home for a long time without any explanation and he eventually went away. ”

She says she “never consented to the defendant marrying another woman … and would never consent to share a husband”.

Ms. Kaparo told Emily Ominde, Kiambu’s chief judge, one said Their reasons for going to court are to protect their rights to the vas t the marital property that the couple acquired together.

But in his response, Mr Kaparo informed the court that his wife was adulterous and has been cruel.

“The defendant (Mr Kaparo) denies the allegations of cruelty, desertion and adultery and further denies that the petitioner was found guilty of cruelty, adultery and desertion as expressly stated herein Mr. Kaparo counters in his answer to the affidavit.

Mr. Kaparo cites an incident when he was bedridden in the hospital for five months but his wife never visited him.

Perpetual drunkard

“The petitioner left the interviewee and did not even come to visit him for a day when he was sick and bedridden in the hospital for five months,” the court records read.

He claims his estranged wife is “a constant drinker, often gets drunk “and he” has always tried “Avoid violent confrontations, even to the point where you leave the house in the middle of the night.”

Mr. Kaparo also claims his wife has a lover, with whom she lives.

“The petitioner has consistently inflicted physical, emotional and physiological torture on the defendant at unprecedented levels of cruelty.”

Mr Kaparo has told The Court, in which he has tried on many occasions to save his marriage by unsuccessfully engaging the parents and elders of his estranged wife in a contested divorce petition. “

Ms. Kaparo has already won a major victory after the court had ruled in their favor regarding DNA testing for Mr Kaparo and the controversial children. The case will be mentioned on May 17th next year.