BY PRUDENCE WANZA – Divorce suit against Meru Senator Mithika Linturi proceeded today for the third day at the Milimani Law Courts.
Linturi was married to former chief of staff at Deputy President’s office, Maryanne Kaitany who revealed that their marriage became rocky when she sneaked in Linturi’s phone and found ponographic videos send by another woman.
She went on to tell the court that the was also denying her conjugal rights and death threats followed there after which made her seek divorce.
She also said that one of the maids in their Meru home called her to complain about the working conditions reason being that Linturi brought other women in the house.
Kaitany also revealed that Linturi took titles of properties belonging to her relatives and charged them in bank.
She said that she involved her in-laws and her family to try n resolve the matter but whenever Linturi was questioned or confronted about his actions and character he would find a hideout and keep off from coming home.
Kaitany told the court that Linturi tried to evict her from the Runda home accompanied by police,dogs and goons.
This was after she raised the issue of forgeries, forcing her to report the matter to the Director of Criminal Investigations.
Kitany also told the court that at some point Linturi sent cops to the Runda home to evict her.
She, however, revealed that she already had gotten protection orders against him and had filed for the preservation of property.
Kitany told the court that when Linturi went to the Runda home he was with the police and some goons and dogs. She said that the gate and doors were broken and Linturi watched as her kids were being thrown out.
According to Kaitany men and women in a 52 seater bus are among people who came to evict them.
Kaitany had also lined up photos of their wedding ceremony in Nandi in which the Senetor looked happy to have gotten himself a wife said Kaitany in her testimony.
The hearing of the case will proceed on Monday next week in which more witnesses will be lined up in a bid to prove that the two were married.