In his message to rapper Julias Owino and Nganga whose separation from Machakos county governor Alfred Mutua went viral, Mwangi argued that life is too short to be spent solo.
"Life is short, don't let religion or cultural assumptions make you stay in a despondent relationship. Go where you're cherished. In the event that you have cherished once, you can adore and be adored once more," Mwangi said.
The common liberties lobbyist further expressed that Love is a decision prompting the two that nobody ought to be hesitant to cherish whoever they need to adore.
"I'm here to outrage those men who act like ther accomplices are close to home resources. Resources are dead things, they have no sentiments or feelings. Accomplices have flesh, they can continue on and you can fail to address it. Cash doesn't make a man, habits do. Pesa bila tabia ni sumu," Mwangi said.
Mwangi offered the expression on Saturday, October 16 subsequent to posting a photograph of himself along with Nganga Juliani.
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