Bungoma tycoon and ODM politician Moses Nandalwe is on the spot for allegedly throwing his ex-wife who is a journalist out of his car and taking away her two children aged 1 and 2 and half years respectively.
In a police report made at Industrial Area police station, and seen by K24 Digital, Elizabeth Were recorded that on November 30, 2021, the politician threw her out of his vehicle and left with their two children without her consent.
According to the OB number 50 /30/11/2021, the Star Newspaper journalist reported to the police station around 3:50pm on the material day that her ex-husband took away the said kids who still require motherly care.
"Elizabeth do submit a report that yesterday at around 1000hrs she met with her ex-husband one Moses Nandalwe who requested to see their two children aged one year and two and half years. The said husband requested her to escort him to the airport and on reaching Nyayo stadium, he took her mobile phone and threw her out of the vehicle as he left with the two children," the police report read in part.
Speaking to K24 Digital, Elizabeth further alleged that the politician then used her phone to log into her Facebook account and posted a photo of him and the kids without her knowledge.
"After taking my phone, he logged in my Facebook account and posted that I gave him the kids, which is not true," she told K24 Digital.
The said Facebook post which we have also seen reads; "Good night friends. I gave him his kids. I can't continue fighting him in court. He has been a good husband. I regret as I was misled into taking wrong decision to quit marriage " read the facebook post allegedly posted by Nandalwe on Elizabeth's account .
Industrial Area Inspector Timon Ondigo confirmed that the journalist reported that she got married to the politician as a second wife and since she was not comfortable in the marriage they separated in August 2021.
He said that on November 29, 2021, the politician called the journalist and invited her in Kasarani to do shopping for the kids. She later left to her home in Ruaka with her kids, according to the statement she filed at Industrial Area police station.
"The following day, the politician asked her to accompany him to his home in the village to celebrate but Elizabeth declined. That's when Moses forced her out of the vehicle and took off with the kids, " the OCPD said.
He added that they have referred the matter to the Children Department and it's that investigations have kicked off.
When we reached Moses Nandalwe for his comment on the matter, he said that he had separated with the journalist and that he took his kids to take them to school.