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One night in bed cost Senator Sh 10 million

 Victoria Ndunge Musyoka and Senator Mutula Kilonzo Junior. Photo: Courtesy

Makueni Senator Mutula Kilonzo Junior has confessed that he gave a woman money to procure an abortion.

In a witness statement, the Senator admits that he paid Sh150,000 to Victoria Ndunge Musyoka to terminate the pregnancy. The woman however allegedly carried the pregnancy to full term, but the baby she gave birth to reportedly resembled another man.

Mutula Junior and Victoria are involved in a child upkeep tussle after the Senator allegedly reneged on his promise to take care of the three-year-old girl.

In a counterclaim suit filed at the Milimani Law Courts, the politician is challenging some of the statements lodged in court by Victoria.

He believes the woman is lying about the paternity of the child.

The Senator says Victoria has frustrated attempts to have a paternity test in India, accusing her of using the child to extort him and tarnish his name through falsehoods that are sometimes posted on social media.

“That family members of the respondent (Victoria) have severally advised the applicant (Mutula Junior) that the child was not born prematurely, and that he was not the biological father. Further, the child’s real father resembles the child, and had been in a long-term relationship with the respondent in 2012, and was well known to members of her family. They have also provided the applicant with electronic and written evidence of their assertions,” states Mutula Junior’s in his affidavit prepared by Kilonzo & Company Advocates.

He claims he started doubting whether he was the biological father after the child was born 24 weeks after their first and last intimate encounter. Mutula Junior argues he could not have been the father of the girl since a full term pregnancy lasts 40 weeks.

A pre-term or premature baby is delivered before 37 weeks. Moderate pre-term infants are born between 29 and 33 weeks, while extremely pre-term infants are born 23 through to 28 weeks.

Mutula Junior says that Victoria also lied that the baby was put in an incubator soon after birth.

“The plaintiff (Ndunge) then demanded for approximately Sh150,000 from the defendant (Mutula Junior) to get rid of the pregnancy. The defendant, a married man, who had no intention to enter into or maintain a relationship with the plaintiff paid to her the amount in full,” reads Mutula Junior’s witness statement.

Mutula Junior’s lawyer, who is his sister, Kethi Kilonzo, argues that, “The plaintiff states that the defendant has since 2014 failed to provide medical records of the child and to produce the child for a paternity test as he suspects that he is not the biological father of the child.”

The politician says that his name does not appear in the Notification of Birth and Birth Certificate. The child was born at the Nairobi Hospital on May 4, 2013.

He apparently learnt of the baby’s birth through a text message from Victoria. The SMS was sent on March 8, 2013 as Mutula Junior was delivering a speech at the funeral service of his late father (Mutula Kilonzo).


The Wiper party member accuses Victoria of making unnecessary demands like a car barely a month after they had met and insisting that the child be introduced to his legal wife.

The car, a Toyota Premio, was bought for her at a cost Sh1.8 million according to a parental agreement dated August 31, 2014.

Besides buying Victoria land and taking a medical cover for the child, both for in-patient and outpatient, the parental agreement also states that “our client took a life assurance plan with the child as the only beneficiary for 15 years for a sum of Sh5,000,000.”

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