‘We want recognition, not money’: 2 ‘Secret Daughters’ Of Nelson Mandela Emerge...

‘We want recognition, not money’: 2 ‘Secret Daughters’ Of Nelson Mandela Emerge Making Claims

By Ekemini Ekwere | News Reporter on February 10, 2014
Mr Mandela, who died last Thursday aged 95, was described as one of the most iconic world leaders in history

The families of two women have sought to be recognized as children of Nelson Mandela have contacted the executors of his will through their attorneys.

Fox News reports that Michael Katz, a lawyer for the executors, said Monday February 10th 2014 that he had received a letter citing the women’s claims, but that it was not a petition for money from the will.

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The Star, a South African newspaper, has reported that one of the women, Onica Mothoa, says she does not care about the anti-apartheid leader’s inheritance but wants to be recognized as his daughter. The Star reported that the other woman, Mpho Pule, died several years ago.

The Nelson Mandela Foundation says Mandela had six children, and three died. It does not mention Mothoa and Pule in a genealogy.

Mandela died December 5th 2013.

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