According to Kisii Actress Gloria Moraa aka Nyaboke,she is experiencing drama with her In-laws from late Benjamin Ayimba’s household.
It should be noted that scanty details are known about his family but Ayimba was married to 4 wives with the fourth one being Gloria and they sired four children together.
While undergoing treatment, the fallen coach passed on at the Kenyatta National Hospital over the weekend and the entire sports fraternity as well his colleagues in the senate passed their tribute and celebrated the life of arguably Kenya’s most successful rugby player and coach.
However, one of Ayimba’s baby mama’s Ms. Gloria Nyaboke has cried foul on social media stating that one of her in-laws is claiming her four children she sired with the deceased rugby coach are “bastards”.
“A single woman with a child, never married has the audacity to constantly call my babies bastards and street chokoras (street kids),” Moraa, screamed in a Facebook post.
Additionally, an angry Nyaboke clarified that the late Ayimba has never offered any financial assistance or child support to their kids.
“A woman who was helped raise her own child unlike me who raises hers alone. I was always told to be the bigger person, to calm down and oh! understand she was kichwa mbaya ( short fuse). I always kept calm but now again calling my kids the same? Can’t she respect even her own sibling??” She added hinting that one of Ayimba’s sisters has been causing her frustration.
Closing off with a warning, Nyaboke urged her In-laws to be mindful of what they say as this accusations may come back and haunt them.
“Then you expect God to just be silent and bless you, chunga sana mwanamke, Mungu sio kijana an sio rika yako (take care, God is not young, neither is He your agemate. These insults you always give kids will eat you one day.”
Nyaboke and the late Ayimba are understood to share a lukewarm relationship as she once in the past dragged him to court claiming child support compensation for her kids.
Gloria had also sued Benjamin for abandoning his family after she and her children were kicked out of their house in Athi River.
In a related news, Ayimba’s family has pleaded with the public to help offset the Sh2.7 million hospital bill he incurred while undergoing treatment for cerebral Malaria.