In Summary
  • Mr Wamalwa’s daughter Alice Muthoni sued her stepmother Yvonne Nambia in 2003 accusing her of meddling with the estate and failing to account for Sh36.5 million paid to the family by the government as gratuity.
  • After the former VP died interstate (without a will) on August 23, 2003, Ms Nambia applied for letters of administration, which she was granted on September 11, 2003.

The children of late former Vice-President Kijana Wamalwa want the High Court to determine the 12-year-old succession suit to avoid further wastage of their late father’s estate.

Mr Wamalwa’s daughter Alice Muthoni sued her stepmother Yvonne Nambia in 2003 accusing her of meddling with the estate and failing to account for Sh36.5 million paid to the family by the government as gratuity.

The case was mentioned in court on Tuesday.

After the former VP died interstate (without a will) on August 23, 2003, Ms Nambia applied for letters of administration, which she was granted on September 11, 2003.

On February 18, 2005, the grant was rectified to include Ms Muthoni as co-grantee.

Beneficiaries of the estate include Mr Wamalwa’s widow Ms Nambia, his children – Ms Muthoni, Mr Jabali Jacob, Mr William Wamalwa and Mr William Wamalwa junior.

Others are Ms Michelle Wamalwa and Mr Derek Mboya.

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