The burial of Benjamin Ayimba was full of drama with his baby mama Moraa Nyaboke and her kids finding it rough in Siaya county.
According to one Sandra Dacha who attended the burial and who also doubles as Nyaboke’s friend, a whole contingent of general service police were brought in a bid to prevent her from burying Ayimba.
“Part 1: You bring a whole police force from Siaya to come bar her from burying her baby daddy? Huyu msichana mmoja? Toxic sisters in law. #ripbenjaminayimba.” Wrote Sandra Dacha.
Sandra Dacha also added that the way the woman and her kids were treated was not decent and that their only mistake was coming to pay last respect to their father.
“Part 2: 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. Sasa Mnabagua watoto na ni DAMU MOJA.Toxic sisters in law. #RipBenjaminAyimba.” Noted Dacha.
Drama recently hit the family of the celebrated late rugby legend Benjamin Ayimba involving his baby mama actress Moraa Nyaboke and his siblings.
Moraa took to social media to blast one of Ayimba’s siblings who allegedly called her children street urchins (chokoraa).
“A single woman with a child, never married has the audacity to constantly call my babies bastards and street chokoraas. A woman who was helped raise her own child unlike me who raises hers alone.” Complained Nyaboke.
“I was always told to be the bigger person, to calm down, and oh understand she has kichwa mbaya…….I always kept calm, but now again calling my kids the same? Can’t she just respect even her own sibling????” She added.
Benjamin Ayimba, former Kenya Rugby Sevens coach died after spending months in hospital fighting for his life.
Ayimba had been undergoing intensive treatment at the Nairobi Hospital before he had his last breath on Friday night.
In Nairobi hospital, Ayimba was undergoing treatment for Cerebral Malaria which unfortunately claimed his life.