Embattled NYS scandal suspect Phyllis Ngirita has made fresh demands to President Uhuru Kenyatta after appearing at Milimani Law Courts.
Ms Ngirita who caused a scene on February 25, this time looked toned down and composed even as he spoke about the wishes he had for meeting with Uhuru.
Speaking at the Milimani Law Courts, Ngirita narrated to members of the press about the plight of her 7-year-old son who was out of school.
In her new request, she stated that her passport should be returned to enable her fly out the son to Germany where he can continue with his education.
Currently, Ngirita’s son is enrolled at Pembroke School with a reported school fee arrears of Ksh 3.4 million.
Ngirita’s are accused of engaging in illegalities that led to the loss of some Ksh 455 million in the National Youth Service scandal.
Additionally, she requested that her case be heard at Naivasha as she was running out of finances to even attend the court proceedings at Milimani Law Courts.
NYS scandal suspect Phyllis Ngirita seeks audience with President Kenyatta over the NYS case pic.twitter.com/zyh3WuuCfV
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