Homa Bay Town MP, Peter Kaluma, is a glad man after President Uhuru Kenyatta consented to the Law of Succession (Amendment) Bill 2019 which he supported in the National Assembly.
Uhuru endorsed into law the bill precluding secret sweethearts from getting a portion of the abundance of an individual in the event that they kick the bucket.
As per the noticeably blissful Kaluma, the move is a major success for men and a major misfortune for kill sovereigns who arise to guarantee men’s abundance when they bite the dust.
“Today [yesterday] is my most joyful day as a lawmaker! Outsiders who have been pilfering on the property of the dead have been halted!”
“Just people who contracted legitimate marriage with the perished will presently guarantee the bequest of the expired,” Kaluma expressed.
The MP celebrated that the law just secures the offspring of the perished and not ‘lady eaters’.
“Youngsters have additionally been secured, whether or not their natural guardians were hitched. Kill sovereigns and lady eaters have fallen!” the MP celebrated.
The Bill supported by Kaluma tried to correct the meaning of the word dependant to lockout ill-conceived life partners from acquiring the property of a perished individual.