The late former vice president Michael Kijana Wamalwa’s children are fighting for the property left behind.
So bad is the in-fighting that his youngest daughter with the late Yvonne Wamalwa has been forced out of school.
Speaking to a local daily, his 18 year old daughter Michelle Nafuna Wamalwa, popularly known as Chichi said that were it not for well-wishers and friends, surviving alone would have been a difficult task altogether.
Chichi, now 18 explained that she has been out of school for almost a year now after her uncle CS Eugene Wamalwa promised to have her back in school in time for graduation at the Gems Cambridge International School.
“Uncle Eugene (Devolution CS Eugene Wamalwa) told me I should prepare to leave for Australia on a government scholarship,” she said, adding, “”That was on March 13, 2018. I was only left with two weeks to graduate from high school. Since that time I have been waiting.”
Things are so bad at the ghostly Karen home that she and her brother Derek Mboya can no longer afford basic needs including her anti-depressant pills.
“When you go and look for help, you’re told there are people in your family who can take care of you, why don’t you go to them? These same people are the one’s ruining your life,” she added.
Derek returned from Australia when things got really bad to help out the family. He also claims that some family members have made comments that they believe could be threats to their lives.
He further divulged that some of their relatives have made it almost impossible for them to access their Kitale home.
The siblings also believe that their mother, Yvonne Wamalwa would still be alive if they had had access to their father’s pension which is yet to be processed following an injunction suit by their eldest sister Alice Muthoni Wamalwa.