Somali woman who says Senator Ntutu fathered his child [PHOTOS]

Jamal Ole Ntuntu is 13

Stephen Ole Ntutu
Narok Senator Stephen Ole Ntutu. PHOTO: TUKO

More details have emerged of Fatuma Mohamed, the woman who wants Narok Senator Stephen Ole Ntutu to take care of her 13 year-old whom she says he fathered.

Fatuma claims that the Senator and his family chased her away from Narok after she went there seeking for her rights and that of his child.

The Somali woman involved in a bitter fight with the Jubilee Senator over child upkeep, has now revealed more about their dramatic battle.

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Fatuma Mohamed_Ntutu
Fatuma says she was chased by Senator Ntutu and his family chased her away from Narok.

Fatuma revealed how the once loving Senator, has changed and is now a heartless man who has turned against his own child.

She says she was kicked out of a their house together with her teenage son over rent arrears and that attempts to ask for help from Ntutu landed on deaf ears. Fatuma says he ignored her pleas for assistance.

Fatuma also says that her son, Jamal Ole Ntutu, is in class five due to years of neglect and lack of school. Normally a 13-year-old should be a couple of classes ahead.

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An emotional Fatuma who was fighting tears during the interview, said it was routine for them to go for days without food as the Senator never sends her upkeep apart from school fees which he wires directly to the school bank account.

Jamal Ole Ntutu
Jamal Ole Ntutu.

Her case was first heard in court back in 2013 and she was compelled to have a DNA test to ascertain that indeed the politician fathered Jamal.

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“The documents enclosed disclose that the court did order DNA tests at the Government chemists when the results returned positive proof that the honorable senator is indeed the minor’s biological father,” reads a part of the document.

Fatuma now wants the government, FIDA and politicians to help her access her rights.

Watch Senator Ntutu below: