Right Ng'ang'a is a beautiful woman in love and doesn't want to hide from the world.
Singer Juliani has been in the limelight of late over his relationship with the ex-wife to Machakos Governor Alfred Mutua. Lillian was the second wife of the Machakos Governor who is serving his second and final term in office. He was first elected in 2013 and in subsequent 2017 General Election he was re-elected.
Mutua and Ng'ang'a brought their eight year showbiz love life to a screeching halt on August. She resigned as county First Lady in the same public glare in which she became the Governor’s confidant and consort since 2013.
"Life is short, don't let religion, or societal expectations make you stay in an unhappy relationship. Go where you're loved. If you have loved once, you can love and be loved again. Love is a choice. Love is beautiful. Don't be afraid to love whoever you want to love." stated Boniface Mwangi. " I'm here to offend those men who behave like their partners are personal assets. Assets are dead things, they have no feelings or emotions. Partners have flesh and blood, they can move on and you can do nothing about it. Money doesn't make a man, manners do. Pesa bila tabia ni sumu." continued Mwangi on his official verified Facebook page today.
Before Lilian announced her separation from Governor Mutua, photos of her and Juliani looking hugged up surfaced on the internet initiating dating chatter though Juliani later disclosed that they first met each other in June.Ever since the two came out and revealed they were dating, Kenyans have offered their support for the two love birds, with some even viewing them as a perfect couple goals.
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