Renowned United Democratic Alliance party politician, Honorable Boni Khalwale has thanked his wife and family for being there for him after he was accused of allegedly Killing his employee for allegedly having an affair with his Youngest wife.
In a report that has been shared by a reliable source of information, it has been reported that a businessman claimed that the deceased was not Killed by a Bull as claimed by Kakamega Senator Boni Khalwale.
His remarks were dismissed by a government pathologist who revealed that the deceased was Killed by a Bull.
Taking to his different social media platforms to speak on this, Khalwale has thanked his family for being there for him.
Proud of his children and marriage, Khalwale has numerous times publicly admitted to being a polygamous man.
1. Adelaide Khalwale
Though he is known to have a good number of children, details about his wives have been scanty.
In a press conference on Tuesday, the senator revealed that he has four wives and 17 children.
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Boni Khalwale said his first wife is the late Adelaide Khalwale who is the mother of his first three children.
Adelaide passed away in 2019.
2. Josephine Khalwale
He went ahead to mention his second wife, Josephine Khalwale who is the mother to three of his 17 children. One has completed university while two are still in school.
3. Gloria Khalwale
The senator said his third wife is called Gloria Khalwale who is the mother to eight of his children.
He said among the eight children some of them are in the university while others are pursuing their studies in the lower levels of education.
4. Diana Khalwale
The senator said his fourth wife is Diana Khalwale with whom he has three children.
All three children are in lower levels of education.
The senator said he does not doubt the paternity of all his children whom they share a striking resemblance.
Khalwale was the first Senator of Kakamega County (2013 – 2017). He lost an attempt to clinch the governor in 2017 and in 2022 he sought the seat of Kakamega senator which he clinched.
Before being elected Senator, he served as Ikolomani member of Parliament between 2002 and 2013.
He is a medical doctor by profession.