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How Many Wives Does Kenyas President "Kibaki" have?
By BERNARD NAMUNANE and NJERI RUGENE. Posted Tuesday, March 3 2009 at 17:27.  An angry President Kibaki has threatened to take legal action against anybody who implied that he has a second family. The President, who appeared totally disgusted, called a rare press conference at State House on Tuesday to state clearly that he had only one wife—First Lady Lucy Kibaki— and four children. President Kibaki also explained that his relatives were well known and appealed to the public to keep a blind ear to the allegations. He then said he had been driven to the point of restating his marital status due to statements that were made by former Kabete MP on Monday. Mr Muite remarked that the government ordered a raid on the Standard Group three years ago to stop it from publishing a story on the composition of the President’s family                                                                                                                                                                                  Source: Daily Nation, Kenya
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Ghanaman
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Why would a president want to embarass himself like that? This is so silly.
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Ghanaman
Accra
Ghana
I heard he has two wives which everyone knows but he tries to deny. He even privedes her with security at the countrys expense with a fleet of bodyguards in cars following her around. How embarassing.
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BlackKing
Lagos
Nigeria
Hehe thats embarassing. Why would a whole President allow one of his wives to push him around like that?. Why deny the truth. Some Paparazzis should photograph the other wive and expose her especially if she has bodyguards at state expense.
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