Machakos County Governor, Dr. Alfred Mutua has opened up on missing his ex-wife Lilian Ng'ang'a and a possibility of them coming together after reconciliation. The two announced their break-up in mid August this year and this attracted more controversies from the majority of Kenyans.
Since the Break-up with Governor Mutua, Lilian Ng'ang'a has always been seen in the company of the Kenyan musician Julius Owino alias Juliani. Photos of Juliani and Lilian Ng'ang'a have always surfaced online and the two seem to have developed the best chemistry together.
According to K-24 TV, Governor Mutua highlights that it's normal for human beings to miss the people they have lived together for any given period of time hence it is natural.
“You miss people who come into your life. The people who are in your life, even for a month, two months or even 20 years, leave part of them in you. It is natural to miss them “ Governor Mutua said.
Governor Mutua has also opened up on the possibility of him reconciling with Lilian Ng'ang'a and reunite back as husband and wife. According to Mutua, he says that people go apart and come back together hence if God says you will get back together, you will.Governor Mutua highlights that if people are just meant to be together even after separation, infinite intelligence of the universe will work in harmony to bring them back together in divine order.
“People go apart and come back together. It’s there in the Bible. It’s God who plans these things. If he says you will get back together, you will. Don’t fight his will “ He Said.
We are yet to see if these two ex-couples are going to reunite once more time and rekindle their relationship.
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