A Kenyan top gospel artist Juliani has expressed his concern about his life after a certain unknown man call his phone and send to him threat messages warning him about stealing Governor Mutua's wife Lilian Ng'an'ga.
Few weeks ago former Machakos first lady Lilian Ng'an'ga terminated her relationship with Machakos county Governor Alfred Mutua though he didn't give out reasons why she break up with Mutua but she said they will just be friends and always be working together especially when urgent situation arose.
According to the news report shared by Tuko news on their social media platforms, Juliana has reported that Incident to the police station because he suspects that his life is in danger and wants the detectives to arrest the suspect with immediate effects.
He has also lamented that love is a personal choice and people should not force it anymore.
That report has sparked mixed reactions among Kenyans whereby some section of Kenyans are saying the detectives should deal with that issue because though seems to be funny it can also cost someone's life.
Here are some of the reactions among netizens,
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