By RUSHDIE OUDIAMore by this AuthorA Kisumu High Court on Monday granted Governor Anyang’ Nyong’o’s family a second chance to settle an inheritance row out of court, following an understanding between the warring parties. Prof Nyong’o’s nephews, Mr Geoffrey Omondi Nyong’o and Kenneth Odhiambo Okuthe, have sued the Governor and his sister, Dr Risper Nyagoy Nyong’o, for leaving out some of their siblings’ children from the list of beneficiaries of estate of their father, Hesbon Shimei Nyong’o. Mr Omondi, for instance, is the eldest son of the late Judith Nyong’o (the governor’s sister) and has a sibling, Fiona Atieno Nyong’o. He says they were cared for by their grandfather but have not benefited from his estate since he died on November 10,2006. The judge directed that the governor and his sister commit, in writing, that they want to settle the matter out of court.
Source: Daily Nation April 16, 2018 18:11 UTC