Rapper Julius Owino popularly known as Juliana is the current lover to the former Machakos First Lady Lilian Ng'ang'a. They came out in the limelight in earlier September after Lilian broke up with Machakos Governor Alfred Mutua. This was followed by threats to Juliani over the relationship which neccesitated Lilian to let the cat out of the bag. "In this photo are two fully conscious adults who have chosen to be together. Any other narrative is false, outdated and ill intentioned. Let's respect people's choices. Live and let love" Lilian wrote in her Instagram page.
Today on Standard interview, Juliani was engaged in a series of questions. When he was asked how he met Lilian he revealed that they started seeing each other on early or mid June this year. The 'Utawala' song hitmaker added that fans should mind their own business. He sarcastically revealed that he never 'slept' in class when he got to meet the lady since he had never seen such kind of a woman.
Juliani described Lilian as a lady with clarity of mind, clarity of purpose and self respect which makes him love her more and more. He said he is in love with the kind of things she values. Earlier before disclosing their relationship Lilian had told Mutua that Juliani is just a friend to her.
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