- Police officers that were deployed at the venue had been ordered by Ayimba's sister not to let the boys and their mother in.
- Their only mistake was to come bury their father Benjamin Ayimba.
Two sons of the late Rugby Coach, Benjamin Ayimba were on Friday blocked from attending his burial in Siaya County.
As other children were allowed in the burial site, two boys that he sired with actress Nyaboke Moraa were allegedly barred from accessing the burial grounds.
According to actress Sandra Dacha, a close friend of Moraa, police officers that were deployed at the venue had been ordered by Ayimba's sister not to let the boys and their mother in.
After Benjamin Ayimba was laid on the grave, the police officers became lenient, and let Nyaboke, Sandra, and the kids in.
"Benjie Otieno junior kept telling me "I want to go see my daddy" "I want to go see my daddy" so I decided why not because they had already buried him and they never wanted us by the graveside because of their own reasons.
Mimi huyooo na kiherehere nishachukua watoto nawapeleka kwenye kaburi la Baba yao.Wacha sister-in-law Irene aone watoto wenye she's been busy calling bastards and street urchins (chokora) hmmmmmm!!!I cannot even type what happened maybe you'll see videos from the paparazzis🤦You mean Irene you are causing drama Infront of these kids just because you don't want them to have closure with their dad? May God forgive you," narrated actress Sandra Dacha.
She went ahead to decry the mistreatments that the children faced;
"Their only mistake was to come bury their father Benjamin Ayimba. The way they've been treated my God! I don't care how I have been treated but I care about how they treated these young superstars☹️ Sasa Mnabagua watoto na ni DAMU MOJA."
When Benjamin Ayimba died, his baby mama decried the mistreatment she was facing from in-laws who refused to recognize her sons.