Justina Syokau finally unmasks her real baby daddy: “Ni ndugu ya Kalonzo” -

Justina Syokau finally unmasks her real baby daddy: “Ni ndugu ya Kalonzo”

After concealing his identity for an extended period following her rise to fame, gospel singer Justina Syokau has taken the momentous step of unveiling the identity of her baby’s father.

Priorly, the singer of controversy had disclosed her marriage in 2012 and subsequent divorce from her baby’s father in 2013, attributing adultery as one of the factors contributing to the dissolution of their marriage.

Furthermore, Syokau affirmed her abstinence from sexual relations after the divorce.

The single mother has now resolved to disclose the identity of her enigmatic ex-husband.

Through a comprehensive Instagram post, Syokau expressed her weariness and frustration from living a false existence, and subsequently revealed her baby’s father and ex-husband to be Johnstone Vundi Musyoka, who is the brother of Azimio co-principal Kalonzo Musyoka.

In a sorrowful tone, Syokau conveyed, “😭😭😭 my worst day in my life 😭😭 Am tired of faking am not ok. My x name is Johnstone Vundi Musyoka Brother to kalonzo Musyoka.”

She appended that Kalonzo’s brother married her in June 2012, and then forced her and her son, Nixon Musyoka Vundi, out of their home in August 2023.

“He married me in June 2012 and expelled me from our marital home in August 2013. Together, we have a son named NIXON MUSYOKA VUNDI,” she recounted.

Syokau revealed that problems in her marriage commenced after the birth of her son, describing how her mother-in-law insisted that her husband would not care for the child and began mistreating her, ultimately compelling her to leave.

“Upon giving birth to our son, my husband’s mother asserted that my husband would not provide for our son. His mother, named MULLY, mistreated and threatened me, urging me to leave with our son,” Syokau wrote.

“My ex-husband, who is an officer in the foreign affairs ministry at Prison Industrial Area, initiated threats against my life, prompting me to seek legal intervention. Following court proceedings, he was ordered to pay upkeep of 8,000 Kenyan Shillings per month,” she added.

Subsequently, she cited that her ex-husband ceased paying after four months, with the rationale that he could only afford 4,500 Kenyan Shillings. This happened despite the court’s stipulation of 7,000 Kenyan Shillings per month.

Syokau also asserted that her ex-husband orchestrated social media campaigns to defame her, causing her significant distress.

“He has financed individuals to defame me on social media. I have endured considerable hardships due to his actions, enduring challenges with my child. I apologize to Kenyans who perceive my actions negatively for sharing this, but my son’s birthday is on August 4th. My son is unaware if he has a father, while his father is alive,” she expressed with emotion.

Syokau proceeded to reveal that she parted ways with her ex-husband due to his abusive behavior, as well as emotional and psychological torment.

“Our separation arose from his physical abuse, lack of support, and persistent humiliation. I suffered from depression within my own home, unable to disclose our troubles to the public. Eventually, I shared my story with Lynn Ngungi through Tuko Talks, breaking my silence,” she disclosed.

“I’ve never mentioned his name publicly. He even removed our son from the National Hospital Insurance Fund (NIHF) card and discontinued monthly support. I have refrained from contacting him out of fear for my life,” she concluded.