The musician revealed that Juliani is not broke as many people have perceived him in comparison to Dr. Alfred Mutua. Many people were blaming Lilian for leaving the governor.
According to Nonini, musicians are self employed and they hustle so much to get the paper and not just in Offices waiting for end month money from the government.
He says Juliani is very rich and just be because he has kept in touch with his background does not mean he has nothing. It's his decision not to put on suits but instead jeans and dreadlocks.
He revealed that Juliani used to make up to 20 million Kenya shillings per year. He warned people against being cheated by the way someone looks because that does not show the amount of money he has.
Do you think it's true that people in suits work for those in jeans?
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