It has emerged that former Machakos county First Lady Lilian Nganga should return the wealth that she acquired from Machakos county Governor Dr Alfred Mutua.
According to lawyer Donald Kipkorir, the family law says that money and gifts acquired in contemplation of marriage should be returned in case marriage does not occur.
This has since been dealt the former Machakos county First Lady a huge blow since she had allegedly acquired some wealth from the governor.
"In Family Law, money & gifts given in contemplation of marriage are refundable in the event there is no marriage … The Former First Lady is obligated in law to refund the Governor. It is the law … Restitutio ad integrum."Donald Kipkorir.
This comes hours after Lilian Nganga came out claiming that her life was under threat by the Machakos county Governor and also through his proxies including his security officials.
Through a press conference by her lawyer Philip Murgor, Lillian has further accused the County boss of refusing to move on adding that he is constantly harassing her and threatened to crash her to ashes.
Apparently, the governor gained access to a vehicle Lillian already owns and sold it. She also claims that shares in the hotel, A and L, the two co-own were transferred without her consent.
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