Thursday, September 05, 2013

BBA Winner, Dillish Finally Acknowledges That She's Kenyan!

Last evening, it was finally confirmed that the Kenyan man who emerged Monday claiming to be the biological father to this year's BBA winner, Dillish Matthews, is in fact her real dad.

This is after Dillish's mum, Selma Pashukeni, positively identified Abdi Galgayo Guyo close to 23 years later via a Google hangout facilitated by the Standard Group. And now, the 22 year old Namibian (now half-Kenyan) has admitted that she's a Kenyan; a Borana for that matter and recognizes Guyo as her biological father.

A palpably elated Dillish tweeted how proud she is to be a Borana girl;
By Jeff Omondi / Ghafla!, Kenya

10 comments:

  1. There is what we call partenity tests haven't she ever heard of it

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. we know....so don't assume that she don't knw

      Delete
  2. girl b careful . . . all dis years whr was he mxm now dat u wre at bba n won he appears . pls hide ur stash

    ReplyDelete
  3. come on we all know its hard growing without a father but who needs him after 23 years and being a millionaire.
    Did he try to contact you or go look at ur moms old place be very carefull sister. For a million people can do lots of things.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Dilish went looking for his father and not the other way round..he might not be interested with the money its too little anyway to be shared..the man got the opputurnity to see his daughter whom he sired on amission...i bet even him ccould not have known Dilish on Street of namimbia so this was a perfect way of uniting thro media

      Delete
  4. what else do people need the mother has already admitted he is the one.

    ReplyDelete
  5. She should return that money becos she won it on namibian platform which is FALSE. Biggie hope u are listening

    ReplyDelete
  6. Welcome home Dillish! We shall double the BBA money so you can live here in Kenya. We love you!!

    ReplyDelete
  7. Being a father demands more than just the biological process It demands love, care, support, protection, guidance and availability for the child Fatherhood is not just a declaration of biological power at an opportune time

    ReplyDelete
  8. And I'm her long lost brother...hahahaha

    ReplyDelete