“Ni mtoto wangu” – Eric Omondi goes for his son from baby mama Jacque Maribe

Despite his fiancée Lynne’s remarks regarding his baby mama count, Eric Omondi intends to move in with his son from Jacque Maribe.

Eric Omondi, a comedian from Kenya who is now an activist, has clarified claims made by his fiancée Lynne Njihia, claiming to be his only baby mama.

Omondi freely acknowledged that he is the biological father of the son of media personality Jacque Maribe. He is the father of two children altogether.

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In the Radio Jambo interview, Eric Omondi admitted that he and Jacque Maribe had talked about their son possibly moving in with him.

He underlined his duty as the child’s father and reaffirmed his commitment to raising, teaching, and living with his son.

“Ni mtoto wangu, tulishaongea na Jacque na nitamchukua niishi na yeye. He is my son; I have two children. I will teach him, raise him, live with him; he is my child,” declared Omondi.

Eric Omondi goes for his son from baby mama Jacque Maribe
Eric Omondi goes for his son from baby mama Jacque Maribe

Lynne Njihia, Eric Omondi’s fiancée, had confidently declared herself as his only baby mama during a previous Q&A on her Instagram stories.

Responding to a question about whether she believed she was Omondi’s sole baby mama, Lynne chuckled and affirmed, “No, I don’t. He doesn’t even know, he doesn’t. I’m the only one. Mimi ndio niko.”

During the Q&A session, Lynne was also asked about the possibility of expanding their family. She revealed that, at present, they have no immediate plans for another child. Lynn stated, “For now, mother of one, daddy of one period.”

She brushed off concerns about their significant 19-year age difference, embracing the idea that love is love. The couple has been open about their relationship, and Lynne has consistently expressed her love and commitment to Eric Omondi.

The public dispute between Jacque Maribe and Eric Omondi regarding paternity has been ongoing since 2021, with both parties airing their grievances online. Maribe initially accused Omondi of being a deadbeat dad, leading to a series of public exchanges.

She called him a liar and emphasised her weariness of participating in the ongoing discussion about paternity.

Omondi, in response, requested a DNA test during a Milele FM interview, asserting that he was anticipating his first child with his pregnant girlfriend.

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