• Linda Okello posted several photos showing the progress of a bungalow she has been building her parents in the village
• The former cop was recently awarded KSh 6.5 million for damages in a defamation case against The Standard Media Group
It is every parent’s dream to see their children prosper in life.
Many usually sacrifice a lot just to see their children through school as they guide them on the right path in life.
Quite a number of them usually go through all that not because they want their children to reciprocate in future but just to ensure the latter live stress-free lives.
Even with that, some children have been doing big and good things for their parents as one of their ways to thank and appreciate their folks for taking good care of them.
Former Kenyan cop Linda Okello happens to belong in the recently mentioned category, YEIYO.com has learnt.
The former Traffic Police Officer recently warmed the hearts of many netizens after unveiling the major project she has been dealing with, all for her parents back in the village.
YEIYO.com has learnt has been building a huge bungalow for her parents in the village and it is nearing it’s completion.
The voluptous former police officer took to social media to show off the masterpiece and share the good news with her fans and followers as she thanked God for the latest development.
Taking to her verified Facebook page, Linda Okello posted several photos of her parents’ bungalow in a move that impressed countless netizens on social media.
“Imeanza kuleta sura ! My parents are happy ! I’m happy too 😍😍😍,” Wrote Linda Okello.
Linda Okello’s post moved countless netizens who camped on the comments section to congratulate her and pray to God that He keeps blessing her.
The latest development comes barely a month after The High Court awarded her KSh 6.5 million in damages in a case where she sued the Standard Media Group for a photo of her that was published in 2014.
In her lawsuit, Linda Okello dragged Standard Media Group, The Nairobian Newspaper and two of the media house’s scribes for publishing and publicising a side profile photo of her while on duty in a tight skirt.
The former cop, through her legal respresentative Tom Ojienda accused The Standard Media Group of improperly degrading her by the malicious sharing of her photos and likeness and even went ahead to use of her image for commercial gain and publicity.
In a ruling dated August 17, Justice Asenath Ongeri ordered Standard Group, The Nairobian newspaper, Pkemoi Ngenoh and Charles Otieno to pay Okello Ksh.6.5 million for defamation.
“Judgment be and is hereby entered in favour of the plaintiff against the defendants jointly and severally in the sum of Kshs. Six million, five hundred thousand shillings (6,500,000) together with costs of this suit and interest at court rates from the date of this judgment until payment in full,” court documents read in part.
Okello’s photo at the time caused a melee online as Kenyans weighed in on the appropriateness of her dressing.
According to Linda Okello, she also became the subject of countless memes shared widely online.