Sonko has further urged the ex Machakos Governor's wife to move on in peace and stop posting more photos of her together with Juliani which he says will endanger the life of the gospel rapper.
"Aki si poa.. stop hurting Kavaluku (Gov. Mutua).
Just move on in peace. You are now endangering the life of msanii (Juliani)" the ex Nairobi boss has said via his official Facebook page.
This comes after the ex Machakos first lady shared photos tougher with Juliani which have since gone viral hence Sonko feels that she is putting the life of the gospel musician in danger in the same time hurting Gov. mutua.
Just recently Julius Owino famously known by his stage name Juliani was reportedly threatened over links with former Machakos first lady Lillian Nganga.
Lilian Nganga announced her divorce with governor Alfred Mutual about two months ago. The two seemed to have parted ways on mutual consent as the governor wished her well when they were parting ways.
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