By VINCENT MABATUK
She accused her husband and his lawyer of using fraudulent means to make her sign a notice to withdraw the suit.
In an application filed in court, the woman said she was given a stack of papers already prepared for her to sign by lawyer Karanja Mbugua representing her husband.
She claimed she was informed by the lawyer that he was going to handle the remaining part in court only to be bundled out of a house and a business she was operating and warned not to set foot in Nakuru three months after the agreement.
Margaret Wachu Ndungu filed for divorce two years ago. She obtained interim orders for maintenance against her husband Ndungâu Mureithi.
The court ordered Mureithi to pay her Sh150,000 monthly as maintenance fee.
However, Ms Ndungâu said while the case was on, "her husband sent emissaries saying he was seriously ill and feared for his life and wants to make peace".
"He said in the unfortunate event of him departing, I be on his side since we had journeyed together in a marriage spanning 34 years," she said.
She said the man advised her she should quickly travel to Nairobi to fetch her belongings.
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