Former Radio Africa and Kiss100 show host Andrew Kibe, has recently given his opinion towards the saga involving former Machakos Governor Alfred Mutua, his ex wife, and Kenyan rapper Juliani.
Kibe has been a long term critic of all parties involved during the entire saga. For instance, he criticized Lillian Ng'anga for leaving a man who had everything including money and power for Juliani.
He also criticized the Governor for allowing himself to be controlled and manipulated into offering Lilian Nganga part of his companies. Juliani on the other hand, was criticized for reportedly stealing another man's wife.
However, at this moment in time, Kibe seems convinced that Alfred Mutua has had the last laugh against Juliani. The former radio presenter used the lives of both Juliani and Alfred Mutua now to tell who won.
The radio presenter revealed that Alfred Mutua had won against Juliani since Juliani was currently babysitting at home, while Mutua was accompanying the President, as part of his dignitaries in the UK. Mutua is also expected to be added as part of the cabinet.
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