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How My Son, Step-Daughter and a Politician Stole My Wife's Body from Mortuary - Man Reveals

 How My Son, Step-Daughter and a Politician Stole My Wife's Body from Mortuary - Man Reveals

A man whose son and step-daughter are allegedly trying to lick the life out of him, has opened up on his experiences.

Antony Mwenga Mavua, a Kenyan man is claiming that his son, step-daughter and a politician are planning to take his property.

Speaking with The Nairobian, Antony Mwenga Mavua, 69, revealed that he even visited Rwanda to seek asylum after realising that his life was in danger.

He claims that his son Pius Mutua Mwenga, step-daughter Magdalene Mukami Mwenga and Joseph Kalunde, the MCA of Mutituni/Ngelani ward in Machakos County, secretly buried his wife who died on December 19, 2015.

The body of Jedidah Wamaitha Kinyanjui — the mother of his three children — had been lying at Machakos Funeral Home until the three took it just to frustrate him.

Mavua says his wife might have died of lung cancer because of her excessive smoking. Mavua sired three children with her, namely Anastacia Kalondu, Mathew Mwenga and Pius Mutua.

In an affidavit, he further claims his son and step-daughter together with the politician placed her obituary in newspapers without mentioning him as their father.

He said there are evil plots to dispossess him of his property.

Mavua had put a court order barring her burial until the trio handed over a title deed of land which occupies his matrimonial home parcel No. Mitaboni/Mutituni/1753.

In court documents filed at the Machakos Chief Magistrate’s Court, Mavua says he married Jedidah in 1956, bought the land and planted coffee and bought cattle.

“I was living in the house until 1978, when I was transferred by the government to Kilifi County while working as pharmacist, and left my wife in charge of the homestead,” says Mavua.

He adds in his affidavit: “It is while returning to my home after retirement in 1993 that I found out that my wife had sold all the cattle and abandoned the coffee plantation.”

He says he received a letter from one of his son’s in-law written by his wife saying he would be arrested if he tried accessing the homestead, arguing he had abandoned her.

Mavua denies abandoning his wife and children claiming he only was transferred to Kilifi and even educated his children up to ‘A’level.

Mavua sued his son Pius Mutua Mwenga at the Machakos High Court in 2013 demanding the title deed.

The case is still in the court

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