Peter Mbugua who married late Wambui Otieno in 2003 before remarrying two months ago is now fighting to have a Toyota Harrier in the late politician’s will.
Mbugua says he will not take a Toyota G-Touring he terms a cheap car. He claims Wambui promised him a Toyota Harrier and purportedly indicated that in her will.
Mbugua was a stonemason aged 29 in 2003 when he married then 67-year-old Wambui, wife of late prominent lawyer SM Otieno. The marriage was the talk of town.
Wambui died in 2011 and afterwards Mbugua was kicked out of their Karen home by her daughters who are older than Mbugua.
Mbugua has now filed a case at Milimani Courts demanding to have the posh car he claims was registered under his name but was taken by one of Wambui’s daughter.
“The deceased did not have the mental capacity to know what she was doing at the time of making the will due to illness,” Mbugua states in court documents.
He claims that the will was skewed so he could get the Toyota Station Wagon instead of a snobbish Harrier.