Court bars Senator Linturi from evicting wife in their Runda home

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Maryanne Keitanay the Estranged wife of Meru Senator will be a happy woman after the High Court ruled that she should not be evicted from their Runda home untill Divorce case is heard and determined.Immediately after the ruling was read, Linturi urged the court to suspend the order to allow him lodge an appeal.B

Mary Keitanny with her lawyer outside the courts on Friday

ut the Senior Principal Magistrate Isaac Orenge declined and directed he files a formal application.


Through his lawyer Muthomi Thiankulu ,Linturi said that they will obey the ruling.

Linturi and his wife met, fell in love and got married quietly in the corridors of power.
However, the lovebirds-turned-bitter enemies are headed for a nasty split after Kitany formally filed for divorce.
Kitany, a former powerful Chief of Staff at the Office of the Deputy President William Ruto wants their union dissolved for cruelty, neglect, infidelity and desertion.
According to the divorce papers filed at the Chief Magistrate’s Court at Meru, the two were married in a ceremony under Meru and Nandi customary law on April 16, 2006 at Kapchemosin village, Nandi County.

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