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Friday, February 17, 2023

Paul Ndungu allegedly abandons his Russian lover, Natalya Semyonova and child after getting her pregnant

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Paul Ndungu abandons his Russian lover, Natalya Semyonova and child after getting her pregnant.

Ndungu apparently met Semyonova in Russia in 2016 and after a whirlwind romance, the lady got pregnant and later birthed a boy named Alexander Ndungu Semyonov. It is alleged that Paul blocked Semyonova after being informed of the pregnancy and has not been in communication with her since the baby was born.

Paul Ndungu has been in the news lately after being expelled from Sportpesa. The board of Pevans East Africa Limited, which trades as Sportpesa, kicked him out alongside his business partner Asenath Wacera and the two are no longer shareholders in the company. This is something that Ndungu is contesting and it is expected that he will go back to court and fight.

Pevans put out a public notice last week that said that Ndungu was no longer authorized to trade on behalf of the betting company. Sportpesa CEO Ronald Karauri communicated the decision to Ndungu and Wacera, a letter dated January 10. The letter read in part:

“Members of the company [representing the majority] unanimously resolved among other things [that] Paul Wanderi Ndungu and Asenath Wacera Maina, members/shareholders of Pevans East Africa Ltd are hereby expelled in accordance with Article 30 of the Company’s Articles of Association from the company with immediate effect from October 8, 2022. Take notice that having been expelled, you lost all rights of a member and therefore you have no business instituting or maintaining any suit or legal proceedings purporting to act in the name or on behalf of Pevans East Africa Ltd.”

On September 19, the High Court ordered the temporary suspension of operation and use of the licence issued to Milestone Games to trade as SportPesa, pending the hearing and determination of an application before the court.

The Betting Control and Licensing Board (BCLB) was also prohibited from issuing any licence to Milestone allowing it to operate and trade as Sportpesa, with the mention of the case set for October 24.

The new development marks the latest escalation in a falling-out among shareholders at the company.

Businessman Paul Ndung’u, a shareholder at Pevans East Africa – which formerly operated the SportPesa brand locally – has said he is moving to court to file a contempt suit against Milestone Games Ltd for continuing to operate despite an existing court order staying operations.

This is after Asenath Wachera Maina and Mr Ndung’u, shareholders of Pevans East Africa owning a combined 38 per cent stake in Pevans, challenged the move by BCLB to issue the licence to Milestone on September 6.

“Our lawyers have gone to court to file contempt of court orders. The court temporarily suspended operation of Milestone using the trade name SportPesa in September. However, they have continued to operate in contempt of the court,” Mr Ndung’u told a press briefing at his Gigiri office on Monday.

Milestone entered the betting business on October 30, 2020, using the SportPesa trade name and it was issued a directive by BCLB on the same day to stop using the brand, with the regulator at the time saying the trademark belonged to Pevans

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