This evening, Kenyans have taken to Facebook and reacted differently after a latest photo of Kenyan singer Juliani and his girlfriend Lilian Ng'ang'a surfaced online. The two have been on the spot for a long time after they publicized their romantic relationship. Lilian Ng'ang'a admitted to being in a relationship with the famous musician, after photos of them together surfaced online. She also took to her Instagram account and informed the public of the decision she had taken to separate with her now ex-husband, the current governor of Machakos county Doctor Alfred Mutua. The relationship between Juliani and Lilian Ng'ang'a has not been the easy one as Juliani alleged in the past that his life was in danger as he was being threatened. The two have however defied all odds to make the best out of their love.This evening, a photo of Juliani and Lilian has surfaced online. In the photo, Lilian is seen leaning on something as Juliani is spotted standing right behind her. Most of the public insinuated that the two have already started looking alike.
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