Machakos governor doctor Alfred Mutua,has suffered a major blow in round one of the court battle over property row with his former partner and the immediate former Machakos county first lady Lillian Ng'ang'a.
The court has allowed a petition by Lilian Nganga seeking to restrain Machakos governor Alfred Mutua from repossessing her properties.
Machakos governor Alfred Mutua had asked the court to dismiss Lilian's filed petition against him and have the matter transferred from Nairobi to the Machakos court.
Governor Mutua's objection was however rejected by Nairobi principal magistrate E Wanjala stating that his application lacked merit.
Former Machakos first lady Lilian Nganga had moved to court in a bid to retain her vehicle that was repossessed by Machakos governor Alfred Mutua after their breakup.
In an appeal filled by former Machakos county first lady Lillian Nganga,the car was violently driven out of her apartment parking lot after a quarrel with the Machakos governor Alfred Mutua.
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