Former Machakos County first lady Lilian Ng’ang’a has moved on, and by the look of things, she does not have any regrets over her decision. Just few weeks ago, she was on the headlines after ending her marriage with Dr Alfred Mutua, a marriage that has lasted close to ten years.
Against the expectation, she decided to start a new relationship with singer Julius Owino better known as Juliani. Despite the criticisms, she seems not bothered. According to the information shared by tuko.co. ke to find out how she is fairing after communicating her decision to be with Juliani, she indicated she is not regretting anything.
Lilian reportedly stated, “As you lay down to sleep, is there anything you'd regret not doing or saying if tomorrow never comes?”
This has attracted mixed reactions online, with some arguing that the duo started dating before Lilian walked out of her relationship with Dr Alfred Mutua.
Others also made fun of her, giving hilarious comments as shown
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