Kenyan billionaire Paul Ndung’u, who boasts of shares in several top companies, has reportedly gone into hiding after a Russian woman he impregnated and abandoned sought the assistance of the International Criminal Police Organization (Interpol) to arrest him.
The woman, Natalya Semyonova, has also called on Kenyan authorities to help her locate the elusive billionaire.
Semyonova, who has since given birth to a baby boy she named Alexander Ndung’u Semyonov, is seeking legal redress after Ndung’u allegedly blocked her and cut off communication.
Despite her efforts to seek legal redress in Russia, she claims the judicial system has been unhelpful, and now seeks to sue the former SportPesa shareholder in Kenya.
“I just don’t know what to do! My life has become a nightmare! The Russian judicial system is not able to help me, I want to sue in Kenya,” she told a Russian publication, Obzor-Gazet.ru.
The saga began in June 2016 when Paul Ndung’u visited Russia, and Natalya Semyonova met him by chance.
According to reports, Ndung’u charmed the young woman with expensive wines, flowers, and gifts, promising to marry her and take her to Kenya where he would buy her a luxurious villa on the ocean, and she would live like royalty.
The couple hit it off, and Semyonova believed Ndung’u’s promises, but his generosity quickly came to an end when he left for Kenya.
But he promised to send her money and a plane ticket, apply for a visa, and soon they would be happy together.
However, Ndung’u allegedly did not keep his promise, and Semyonova later discovered that she was pregnant.
When she informed her Kenyan lover-boy of her pregnancy, Ndung’u blocked her completely, forcing her to keep her pregnancy.
“Paul Ndung’u’s generosity quickly ended, he soon left for Kenya, but promised that as soon as he got to Nairobi, he would send her both money and a plane ticket, and apply for a visa, and soon they would be happy together. However, time passed, and Paul Ndung’u did not send money or call,” reports the Russian publication.
As her native Russian laws proved unhelpful, Semyonova now looks forward to the assistance of Interpol and Kenyan authorities to help her locate Ndung’u.
She has also appealed to Interpol and the European Court of Human Rights on the grounds of fraud.
“I ask you to consider this material as an official appeal to all international competent authorities,” she said in her appeal.
Ndung’u’s whereabouts are currently unknown, and it remains to be seen how the legal battle between the Russian woman and the Kenyan billionaire will play out.
Meanwhile, Semyonova continues to care for her son, hoping that justice will be served.
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