A 46 old man has lost in his offer have the court stop the internment of veteran politician William Ole Ntimama who he cases was his dad.
Mr George Njoroge, who asserts the former Cabinet Minister left his mother to without any assistance raise him, had moved to court to get orders banishing Kilimani Police headquarters from discharging the late Ntimama’s entombment grant. He additionally needed Lee Burial service Home banished from discharging the body until a DNA test is directed.
He needed Ms Dorcas Pedelai Ntimama, spouse of late and her youngsters banished from taking the body for internment until his case is listened as well as is decided.
In any case, in his decision, High Court Judge Joseph Onguto said there is no direness in getting DNA tests that would require the entombment to be ceased.
The judge has said that the test could even have been taken in the last one year considering that his legal advisor demanded that the two were had been in touch just that Mr Karanja had not been acquainted with the late Minister’s family.
In his application, Mr Njoroge asserted that he just learnt about his paternity in 1998 in the wake of pressurizing his mom to let him know who his father was subsequent to numerous individuals continued letting him know that he looked like the perished.
Mr Njoroge said he feared moving into the open since individuals would have reprimanded him yet that he had met the late Bureau Priest on a few events over tea on his welcome at the Politicians Narok North Rural home.
As a child of the late Cabinet Minister, Mr Njoroge said, he needed to effectively take part in the entombment procedures yet is troubled that he will confront antagonistic vibe.