Kiss 100 FM Breakfast Show presenter Felix Odiwuor aka Jalango is one of the best entrepreneurs currently existing in the Kenyan media industry. After leaving Milele FM, the renowned media personality opened his own online television, Jalango Tv.
Ever since, he has been running interviews through the channel as he also engines his followers on various topical issues. However, on Tuesday morning, he shocked his fans when he posed a question about an ongoing controversy surrounding the life of former Machakos County first lady Lilian Ng’ang’a.
On his TV's Facebook page, a picture of Lilian and his new boyfriend, Lilian was shared accompanied with a question, asking if Lilian will survive what befell the ex wife of Jubilee party general secretary Raphael Tuju. It is important to remember that Tuju's ex wife was involved in cheating sandal that triggered their divorce.
Sadly after, the man who was alleged to be dating her was murdered. Some have tried linking Tuju with the incident, despite not having any clear prove.
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