Bishop David Muriithi’s baby mama Judy Mutave has opened up about her relationship with the man of God.
The two have a two-year old son together.
Speaking during an interview with Radio Jambo’s Massawe Japanni on Wednesday, September 8, Judy revealed that the two met at a club and started going out together.
Mutave said that the two were planning to have child in 2018 which led her to terminate her family planning methods and shortly after, she found out she was pregnant.
“What is out there is false because we did not meet in 2018, that was when we decided to have a baby. I wasn’t married to him and I knew he was married,” the lady said.
She found out she was pregnant after David took her to hospital for medical attention because she had a problem with her reproductive system.
“One day he came by and as we were relaxing as usual, he told me he wants to go play golf but before he left he asked how I was feeling and I told him that my cycle was still irregular. He suggested a short-term family planning method because we were thinking of having a child. I didn’t know I had already conceived.”
“He dropped me at Lang’ata Hospital and went to play golf. When I took a pregnancy test at the hospital, it turned out positive” Mutave recalled.
She said that she was afraid to tell the Bishop right away because she feared his reaction and claimed he was violent.
“He is not a man who likes being confronted, he will beat you up. We have even gone to visit my parents with a black eye, I had to conceal it,” Mutave claimed.
However, she said that reporting the matter to the police was not an option since he always accused her of provoking him.
“Have you ever been a zombie in a relationship,” she asked Massawe just before breaking into tears.
“The same time I was pregnant there was someone who tried to get him to join free masonry. He brought me the book and I burned it, he knows it,” she added.
Mutave is now embroiled in a child support case with the House of Grace Bishop.
In his defence, Bishop Muriithi said he could only manage to provide a monthly upkeep of Sh10, 000, since he is poor and depends on church donations.