Burial arrangements for former Narok North MP William ole Ntimama are going on after the High Court on Friday declined to stop it to allow DNA test.
Mr George Kariuki Njoroge aka George Kariuki Ntimama, 60, quested for a DNA test, claiming that he was the late’s son.
Mr Njoroge said he wanted to actively participate in the burial proceedings but was apprehensive that he would face hostility.
On the contrary, Justice Joseph Onguto ruled that he was not sufficiently convinced that a DNA test was necessary.
Born in December 1956, Mr Njoroge alleged that his mother Rebecca Wanjiku Ngibia, took care of him single-handedly and kept his paternity a secret.
He claimed that his mother only disclosed the identity of his father in 1998 after he put much pressure on her.
Ntimama’s family, through lawyers Mark Ngatia and Omwanza Ombati, said the case ought to be struck out since it has been taken to court after 60 years, therefore, it was malicious.