The small son of Lillian Nganga and her spouse Juliani is their primary focus. Just a few months after their wedding, the couple welcomed their first child.
Lillian Nganga is overjoyed about her new son. The 37-year-old single mother of one has admitted that she hardly ever has pictures of herself on her phone since her son has taken over the gallery. There are scarcely any photos of her anymore because "a tiny boy has taken over my phone photo gallery," she claimed.
In a recent Instagram post, Lillian captioned a video of her and Juliani walking with their son while dressed in athletic gear.
Up until recently, the couple kept their pregnancy and child's birth a secret. That is, until the Exponential Potential hitmaker announced that his wife had given birth.
The musician is co-parenting two children, one with his wife and the other with his baby mom Brenda Wairimu.
Juliani claims Lillian initiated contact
The musician revealed he met Lillian at an event hosted by their buddy Boniface Mwangi in 2021 in a linked piece posted on TUKO.co.ke.
Juliani admitted that at their initial encounter, Lillian initiated communication. The rapper admitted that Lillian initiated contact by requesting his number.
"On my birthday, she wrote me a message, and then we started chatting at random. She may have been drawn to my ideology and wanted to learn more, "said he. In September 2021, two months after Lillian and her longtime partner Alfred Mutua split up, the couple made their relationship official.
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