Kanyari Boasts Taking Children To Best Schools Amidst ‘Dead beat’ Claims

Pastor Kanyari with his ex- wife Betty Bayo

Controversial evangelist Victor Kanyari was interviewed on Monday where he was questioned on his relationship with the songbird Betty Bayo, and how their journey in Co parenting.

In response, Kanyari revealed that he had no idea whether Betty Bayo moved on or not since both parted ways some years back.

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Kanyari was asked if he had moved on, but he declined to reveal whether he has or not. He added that Betty is a good woman.

I don’t want to talk about if I have moved on or not, but if Betty has moved on, I don’t know, but I have nothing to tell her.

Betty is not a bad woman… She is a good person.

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Kanyari and his Kids

when asked whether he misses the “Highway” hitmaker, Kanyari avoided answering the question and said that Betty is the mother of his 2 kids and she will always be.

“She is the mother of my two kids and she will always be,” Kanyari said.

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Kanyari refuted claims that he is a dead beat who does not take care of his kids.

“I take care of my children and pay their school fees, which is expensive,” Kanyari said.

He revealed that he visits the children every term and that he chooses the schols for his kids

“She only provides for food, which we also help each other sometimes,” he said

“It costs me Sh450,000 every term because they are in one of the best schools.”Kanyari revealed

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Contrary to an earlier interview, where Betty claimed that the two cooperate were possible because he (Kanyari) is a stingy man who provides little for his children, Kanyari refuted such claims saying that it all depends on what amount of money she asks for, and how much he is able to give her

“I don’t think he is the kind of man you wake up and ask for everything,” Betty said, adding that she doesn’t miss him one bit.

“Every person is ‘stingy’, depending on what they can afford. Could be she wants Sh10 million and you don’t have; that is how the stinginess comes,” he said.

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