By Kevin Koech |
Drama ensued at departed rugby coach Benjamin Ayimba’s home in Kisumu after his baby mama Gloria Nyaboke Moraa was reportedly kicked out of the residence.
According to information shared on social media by actress Sandra Dacha, police from Siaya were called to bar Moraa from burying her baby daddy. “You bring a whole police force from Siaya to come bar her from burying her baby daddy? Toxic sisters-in-law,” wrote Sandra.
In a separate post, the former Auntie Boss actress also alleged that Moraa’s kids were discriminated by the sisters-in-law, for showing up at their father’s burial. “Their only mistake was to come bury their father Benjamin Ayimba. The way they’ve been treated my God! I don’t care how I have been treated but I care about how they treated these young superstars. Why would you discriminate kids and they’re of the same blood,” she added.
In a past interview with Buzz Central, Ayimba’s baby mama, Moraa stated that she was not sure if she would be allowed to attend the funeral, however, maintaining that her kids should be allowed to give their dad his last respects.
“I am not sure, word on the ground is that we are not allowed to go for the burial. But I would love for his kids to give him his last respects. As much as we disagreed, he is part of me and he was my soulmate, this is a man I was with for 7 years and we shared so much. We went to his rural home together and everyone knows me and those who say they don’t know me, they are lying. My kids have the right to bury their dad and they need closure. I have no problem with anyone.”