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Court orders media to cease coverage of Speaker Lusaka child upkeep case

All media houses have been barred from airing/publishing information relating to the ongoing child upkeep case involving Senate Speaker Kenneth Lusaka.

Nairobi Resident Magistrate F. Terer allowed the plaintiff lawyer’s application to gag all the media houses. The woman is being represented by Danstan Omari.

“That a gag order is hereby issued to any print or electronic mass media in Kenya from açcessing, publishing, airing, narrating or commenting the case in any newspaper, journal, weekly magazine and TV or radio show,” said the order.

The case in which a woman has sued Lusaka continues on Wednesday this week. When the two parties met in court earlier this month, the Speaker, who is represented by Peter Wanyama informed the court that there was a consensus on how to resolve the matter.

Lusaka also admitted to having fathered the yet-to-be born child. The woman had demanded among others, a house at an upmarket address, KSh25million one-off pay or KSh200,000 monthly.

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