In the meantime, former Machakos first woman, Lillian Nganga, and singer Julius Owino, alias Juliani, are enjoying their newfound love in the meantime. However, it looks as if not everyone is now happy with their latest show of affection for each other online.
Last night, the former Nairobi governor, Mike Sonko, took to Instagram to advise the couple on how they should conduct their courtship.The politician instructed the couple not to dissatisfy the ex-companion of Lilian by moving on quietly. He also advised Lilli that she was risking Juliani’s life with her behaviour.
‘aki sipoa, forestall hurting kavaluku, just circulate on in peace. "You are now endangering the life of the msanii," said Sonko.
He shared his message with three loved-up images of Juliani and Lilly hanging out. Sonko was given the photos he used from a publication that human rights activist Boniface Mwangi had posted in advance of the day. Judging from sonko’s message to the couple, it looks as if the put up that boniface shared hit a nerve.
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