Most of Pora Mali’s illegitimate children are, however, not so lucky and you can tell from a mile away that they are the products of their mothers’ illicit relationships with MP. A few of them are lucky since he is paying school fees.
A few years ago, there was drama when one woman, who claimed to have sired a baby with the MP, reported him to the Children Services Department in Kimbilili District for refusing to support the child. Pora Mali swore to me that the woman was lying.
Indeed one look at the baby did not reveal Pora Mali’s poor looks.
Pora Mali was not going to take it lying down and he bribed the entire children services department, who in turn demanded the baby’s DNA be ascertained. They shipped the mother and the baby to Nairobi where DNA tests indeed proved the baby was not Pora Mali’s.
Almost in trouble
I didn’t see anything wrong with what the woman was doing, but I had to advice her that when it came to babies, men are also aware about the time, so it is best to fool them nine months after the hanky-panky.
You should have seen Pora Mali after the incident. He was walking around like he was some kind of a saint.
He threw a party at Maili Sita town and whispered that from then on, he would be careful what village girl he hooks up with. I doubt he even believed himself when he said this. For Pora Mali, when it comes to women, choosing evidently is a luxury he cannot afford.
Not that I mean to demean my benefactor, but by looks, Pora Mali is a hideous man. Luckily for him his money talks and this is how he managed to bag himself one of the beautiful women in Kimbilili.
Mrs Pora Mali, the high school principal was immediately hitched to him after she started her teaching job. I hear her family asked for the most outrageous amount of dowry ever... and it was paid with a wave of a hand.
Pora Mali was not an MP then, but a businessman of high standing. He had already bought himself a lorry and two tractors, which the villagers hired for their transportation and farming needs.